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Returning Veterans and Employment Law

Returning Veterans and Employment Law

USERRA is the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, and is a federal law that details how civilian employment is to be managed when an employee has a period of voluntary or involuntary uniformed military service. In the US, uniformed service includes Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. The employment and reemployment rights are in effect for periods of active duty, reserve training, military funeral duties, and required administrative work, such as fitness for duty examinations. 



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The ACA Repeal: Senate Plans

The ACA Repeal: Senate Plans

 



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EEOC Updates Guidance on Discrimination Compliance

EEOC Updates Guidance on Discrimination Compliance

The EEOC has issues new guidance on how businesses need to comply with the federal policies against discrimination. There are several clarifications on what is discriminatory action or behavior that businesses need to be aware of. 



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10 Creative Ideas to Improve Motivation Levels in Your Office

10 Creative Ideas to Improve Motivation Levels in Your Office

 



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Tips to Deal with Conflict in the Workplace

Tips to Deal with Conflict in the Workplace

When you are a business owner or even a manager, you are probably very concerned about the culture of the workplace. You are going to want to provide a calming environment where everyone feels safe and able to do their work. 



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Increased Harassment Prevention Throughout California

Increased Harassment Prevention Throughout California

Beginning January 1, 2019, a new resolution took place in California to help reduce sexual harassment in the workplace. In an effort to help curb harassment and ensure that all employees are educated about exactly what harassment is, what to do about it, and how to avoid it, California has passed a resolution requiring all employers with five or more employees to provide this increased training.  



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