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DATA PRIVACY FOR NEVADA EMPLOYERS

Employers must be wary of a wide array of laws and regulations when it comes to dealing with private information of employees and customers. To avoid legal exposure, organizations must comply with obligations in each state and country in which it operates.  Laws on Privacy While Nevada employers may have to comply with several privacy […]

BEING PREPARED FOR WORKPLACE ROMANCE

Workplace romances can be one of the trickier issues to handle for HR professionals. In a perfect HR world, employees would realize the potential pitfalls of workplace romances and avoid them at all costs. Unfortunately, this is not the case for most companies and if you are in HR you will likely have to deal […]

CREATING A JOB POST THAT IS ATTRACTIVE & COMPLIANT

It’s hiring season and that means creating – and posting – content to attract candidates to your company. The job posting should be created from the job description, but not just copied over.  You want your company and its benefits to stand out! The job description will have important details for your post, such as […]

MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS CAN TRIGGER FMLA PROTECTIONS

The Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued a reminder to employers regarding mental health conditions and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Namely that mental health conditions can be serious health conditions for the purpose of FMLA coverage. On May 25, 2022, the DOL released guidance for employers to help them understand how FMLA […]

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW: HIRING MINORS

Summer is right around the corner! That means it’s time to hire teenagers for those summer jobs.  Hiring minors is a great way to navigate some of the difficulties many are facing in the current labor market. Many teenagers are hard working and eager to put their newly learned skills to good use. Many kids […]

JOB DESCRIPTIONS – DO WE REALLY NEED THEM?

In today’s world up to date and accurate job descriptions are more important than ever. They form the basis for many important processes for a business. They can be one of the most useful tools for employers and employees. Some companies may think that job descriptions are not necessary, but there are numerous reasons, as […]

FMLA – PRACTICES EMPLOYERS SHOULD AVOID

Many employers know what to do when an employee needs to take leave under the Family Medical and Leave Act (“FMLA”), such as providing correct certification forms, meeting notification requirements, and tracking leave time for employees. However, some employers fail to realize that knowing what not to do regarding FMLA leave is just as important […]

FROM BOOTS TO BRIEFCASES: EMPLOYER OBLIGATIONS UNDER USERRA

United States Servicemembers are indeed a unique breed, comprising less than six percent of the nation’s workforce, and less than one percent of the United States’ population. While our men and women in uniform undoubtedly are valuable resources in organizations across the state, their distinctive roles in our nation’s defense may occasionally require absences from the […]

REMOTE WORK AND THE RETURN OF COMPANY PROPERTY

An employee recently notified the company that they are resigning to accept another job. As part of the offboarding process, the company expects the departing employee to return all company property provided to them on or before their last day of employment. But what if they don’t? What can an employer do? This isn’t a […]

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