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Does the Common Cold Qualify for FMLA/CFRA Leave?


Does a serious cold qualify as a serious health condition under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and/or its state law counterpart, the California Family Rights Act (CFRA)? How about the flu? Leave of absence laws were established to protect employees with serious health conditions; do colds and the flu measure up?

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Employer Actions During Unionization

We are a decade and a half past the turn of the century, but as expert consultant Roselinde Torres points out, old habits sometimes die hard—is your company’s leadership stuck in the 20th century?

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The 4 Essential Characteristics of 21st Century Leadership

We are a decade and a half past the turn of the century, but as expert consultant Roselinde Torres points out, old habits sometimes die hard—is your company’s leadership stuck in the 20th century?

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Don’t Forget About Culture When It Comes To Executive Comp

Yesterday, business consultant and CED guest author Bridget Miller looked at the first 5 of 10 factors you should consider when it comes to setting executive compensation. Today, the rest of her list—plus an introduction to a webinar later this week you’ll want to be sure to catch.

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Executive Compensation 101: 10 Factors To Consider

Recordkeeping is the key to compliance and legal defense—and there have already been some changes to the requirements in 2015, particularly for safety and paid sick leave. Don’t get caught unprepared! In today’s CED, attorney Usama Kahf provides the info you need to keep the right records.

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