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Wage Garnishment Basics

Wage garnishments are regulated under the Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA). The CCPA limits how much of an employee’s wages may be garnished and provides other protections, as well. Today, guest writer Bridget Miller takes a look at these CCPA protections, along with some guidance for employers that must carry out court-ordered garnishments on employee pay.

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Fixing Engagement—What To Do

Yesterday, we featured Nicole Price’s take on engagement—it has to be coupled with personal accountability; today, her tips for getting your engagement going.

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Engagement = Results, Right? Not So Fast!

Engagement drives results, right? It’s not that easy, suggests consultant Nicole Price. Personal accountability has to be part of the equation.

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8 Tips for Meeting with a Potentially Violent Employee

There’s going to come a time when you have to meet with a person you think might be violent or react violently. In today’s CED, attorney Robert Bettac’s tips, plus an introduction to a unique one-stop solution for HR problems.

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Workplace Violence Is Not Beyond Your Control

Because most people follow the rules, and because most violent people give ample signs before they act, employers can be successful at preventing workplace violence, says expert Dennis A. Davis, PhD.

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