Every company needs to have policies and agreements in place to prevent employees from stealing property, and wrongfully soliciting your employees and customers when they leave to work for a competitor.
These statistics are a grim reminder that employers need to be proactive about workplace violence issues.
[Evaluations] are important feedback tools and could be critical pieces of evidence in employment litigation.
Indeed, the majority of all U.S. businesses have experienced at least one cybersecurity incident in the last year, with some estimates as high as 80%.
Experience has shown there is little question that most loss producing events were preceded by warnings or near miss incidents.
OSHA’s new recordkeeping rule also requires employers to inform employees of their right to report work-related injuries and illness free from retaliation.
As larger companies invest more resources in cyber security, attackers are beginning to target smaller, less secure businesses.
With the first tropical storm of the season bearing down on the Gulf Coast, it is a good time to dust off your HR Department’s Hurricane Plan and make sure it is up to date.