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Avoiding liability missteps with year-end bonuses : A blog for employers about workplace law. Written by the master of workplace Schadenfreude, Jon Hyman.
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1000 words about why employees need to be educated about their employee rights

  Employees have certain rights that are protected by law, and it is important for them to be aware of these rights so that they can assert them in the workplace. This is particularly important in today's economy, where many workers are facing increasingly complex and demanding job situations. By educating employees about their rights, employers can help to create a more positive and productive work environment, which can ultimately benefit both the employees and the company as a whole. One of the key reasons why employees need to be educated about their rights is to ensure that they are treated fairly and with respect in the workplace. All too often, employees are subject to discrimination, harassment, and other forms of unfair treatment, and many are unaware of the steps they can take to address these issues. By providing employees with the knowledge and tools they need to recognize and combat discrimination and harassment, employers can help to create a more inclusive and respec

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The Majority of Black Products and Services Offered are Non-Essential and Over Priced.

Alquincia Selolwane, also known as Ms. Akanundrum, is the founder and CEO of the Black Virtual Mall, where she discovered her expertise in guiding young entrepreneurs and start-up businesses. She discusses the process of starting a business and how being an entrepreneur does not imply intelligence. Join us as we learn more about this life-changing event! Alquincia discusses the following topics in this episode: - How entrepreneurs and start-ups can elevate their products and services in order to be discovered and patronized by consumers. - How does your mindset affect your business journey? - Her approach to people management - How important it is to value ourselves as much as we value our business. And so much more! Connect with Alquincia on IG:

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Up the Reward to find the Culprit. Union Rewards Exposes "Hater."

  Construction Equipment delivery Fail in front of Fred Martin Super Store Barber Rd Norton, Ohio. A Washington Post analysis last year found that there had been 55 nooses reported at 40 worksites in construction and in other business sectors since 2015, but said perpetrators are rarely caught. ENR Article The consortium running the $6.5 billion Uranium Processing Facility construction site at the federal Y-12 facility in Tennessee fired a worker after tips from a $200,000 reward hotline connected the person  to a noose discovered there in June. “Our organization offered a substantial reward for the proper identification of the individual or individuals involved in the incident,” North America’s Building Trades Unions President Sean McGarvey said  in a statement . “Based on tips provided to the NABTU reward line, the individual has been identified, and his employment has been terminated.” An NABTU spokesperson told Construction Dive payment of the reward was in process, and that the ou

Dan explains every conversation in their office is recorded, brutal honesty is the cornerstone of their firm’s philosophy.

 Record Everything They Are. At The Ellis Club at 40 Vanderbilt Avenue on Friday, March 24, Benson speaks with Dan Hewitt to give him a tip, “inside information.” He says his firm is far too reputable to deal in that kind of activity. She explains that later on today, they are going to be arresting his friend and associate Eli Colton for raping Zoe White. Others in the room are hearing this. Dan scoffs and says he thought she was there to help. When she says she is, he asks how. Benson explains they are giving his a chance to get on the right side of history. Eli’s name is going to be everywhere, all over the news, in newspaper and tabloids, and Cromwell Moore’s name is going to be splattered everywhere. She adds that the question is: how does he want to characterized, as a hero or a villain. He asks her to tell him what she needs. They sit down and she says Roger Littrell, his testimony is crucial. Dan explains Roger owes his whole career to Eli and without him, Roger is just another