Vol. 49 Nbr. 1, January 2019
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- Absences & disability: Where to draw the line?
- Jury awards $6 million to man fired for 'Anti-American' bias.
- Must arbitration pacts be written in multiple languages?
- Small-firm HR reps: Beware the 100% tax trap.
- Always make a record of the date you decide to fire an employee.
- Lawsuit-proof termination meetings: 6 smart steps.
- Child care needs may qualify for unemployment.
- Deaf applicant? Know your ADA obligations.
- Power of the poster: Check your FMLA notice.
- Religion: Year off to become a 'priestess' isn't reasonable.
- Sponsorship of work visa doesn't count as job contract.
- Yes, minorities can be liable for job bias.
- Merely offering a severance doesn't mean you're admitting employer wrongdoing.
- More employers taking proactive steps to prevent workplace violence.
- DOL explains how to snag tax credit for paid FMLA.
- DOL: How to pay exempt workers a variable salary.
- Feds issue updated ACA new-hire notices.
- H-1B plan would favor holders of advanced degrees.
- No changes to the W-4 this year, but likely in 2020.
- Your New Year's resolution: Get those HR files into legal shape!
- HR from a cube: 6 ways to avoid confidentiality & privacy risks.
- The HR I.Q. Test.
- Diversity & inclusion: Make sure your good intentions are legal.
- The Mailbag.