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Watch Out: Leave Certs Are Like Pre-Nups

If employers don’t take advantage of the tools provided to them by the family and medical leave laws, and they don’t do all they can or should do, they have only themselves to blame, says attorney Stacie Caraway.

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Wellness Discounts of $60-$120 Per Month Drive High ROI

Jeppesen and Dent made their comments at a recent SHRM Annual Conference and Exhibition. Jeppesen, who is SPHR-certified, serves as senior VP, human resources, of Larry H. Miller Group of Companies; Dent is a senior consultant for ACAP Health in Dallas Texas.

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Reemployment Rights of Returning Vets


Yesterday, we covered eligibility for military leave under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA); today, the specifics of reemployment rights for returning vets.

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Welcome Home, Soldier: Your Obligations to Returning Troops


Most every employer can expect to welcome returning veterans at one time or another. Obligations (legal and moral) are many, and there won’t be any sympathy for employers who fail to honor their responsibilities.

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Free Report Friday—Employee Orientation: How To Integrate, Energize, and Retain Your Newest Hires

You’ll likely spend a fair amount of time and money this year finding and hiring new employees. Unfortunately, many employers start new workers off on the wrong foot by offering ineffective (or even off-putting) orientation and onboarding programs.

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