Joint Employment

Joint Employment

“She’s Not My Employee…Right?” Why Joint Employment is One Big Problem Recently, the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) updated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) with expanded guidance on joint employment. These new rules could have...
Employee Working Interviews: Are They Legal?

Employee Working Interviews: Are They Legal?

Your office finally has a GOOD problem: It’s growing, and you need to hire more people. Of course you want to hire the best person possible, and you find yourself worrying about how to find that candidate. You want more than just an impressive resume; you want to see...
Working from Home: Employee Dream, Employer Nightmare

Working from Home: Employee Dream, Employer Nightmare

More and more frequently, employees ask for and value the opportunity to work remotely from home—and in many ways, technology is making working from home increasingly convenient. Call forwarding systems can make calls made from personal cell phones look like they are...
Offering In-house Employee Treatment Benefits

Offering In-house Employee Treatment Benefits

Four Simple Rules for Controlling Risks and Costs Companies often offer their employees discounts on their products, and this much-appreciated benefit tends to lower turnover and increase employee satisfaction. But how do dental and medical offices give their...
Office Romances

Office Romances

Love Gone Wrong: Preventing Office Romance and Workplace Fraternization Issues Lately, you’ve noticed something different about two of your employees. It started with the little smiles they exchanged throughout the day, then moved on to flirtatious teasing. Now, you...