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EEOC Wellness Regulations To End In 2019

A federal judge ruled that the current 30 percent cap on incentives is not justified and ordered the EEOC to modify its wellness regulations. We examine.

What Industries Did Cybercriminals Target The Most In 2017? Why All Employers Should Take Note

Three prominent industries face the greatest risk from malware, but that doesn't mean other employers are off the hook. Learn how to protect your organization.

Cooking The Books To Drive Up Stock Prices: A Serious Crime With Civil Liability Exposures

The CFO of a financial services organization is accused of conspiring with others to manipulate financial statements and artificially inflate earnings. We examine.
The Weinstein Affect: Will Sexual Misconduct Claims Against Employers Jump In 2018?

Jack McCalmon

Sexual assault and sexual harassment accusations in the news hold lessons for employers, but it is another risk that has Jack McCalmon concerned. Read more...

 

Should Employers Give Detailed Explanations For Lack Of A Bonus? You Make The Call

 

An employer scapegoats a crime victim to explain its lack of year-end bonuses. Take our poll and join the conversation. Read more...

 

Making Your Workplace Safer Is Your Never-Ending Project

Kirstin Heffner

Workplace deaths are on the decline, but even one death means there is always room for improvements in workplace safety. How should managers and supervisors approach the issue? Read more...