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Published By: HotSchedules     Published Date: Jul 28, 2017
If you work in the service or hospitality industry, you know the business impacts of new legislation are a constant concern. Laws regulating wages, overtime and paid sick leave can affect the bottom line if your business doesn’t comply, and now a new beast is rearing its head. The Fight for Fifteen movement is gaining momentum, pushing for a $15 minimum wage and inspiring lawmakers to explore new legislation designed to improve labor scheduling in restaurants, and in turn, the lives of employees. What does that mean for your business? This eBook will break down what you need to know, from the impacts on owner-operators to ways you can get in front of the issue.
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predictive scheduling, regulation, minimum wage, employee satisfaction
    
HotSchedules
Published By: Time Clock Plus     Published Date: Feb 07, 2019
While the legal requirements to provide employees with paid or unpaid leave for family and medical issues become more complex, the leave-management tools and services available to employers continue to expand. Employers with the budget to do so are outsourcing—often to a single vendor—leave-management tasks for the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and state and local leave ordinances, according to recently released findings from a survey of 1,203 employers conducted in 2017. Employers with the resources to manage leave internally are increasingly using technology to assist them.
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Published By: Optis     Published Date: Nov 06, 2014
What you don’t know could hurt you. From short-term family leave that only Vermont offers to leave that 25 states offer for victims of crime and violence, the land of unusual leaves is full of potential pitfalls and hazards for HR.
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leave, leave management, employee leave, paid leave, unpaid leave, state leave, fmla, state fmla, time off, leave compliance, federal leave laws, leave management solution, leave management system, cloud-based leave management system, leavexpert®
    
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Published By: Optis     Published Date: Nov 06, 2014
If you don’t know the diverse landscape of personal and family leaves that states allow, you run the risk — and could face the potential consequences — of noncompliance, reduced productivity, and employee disengagement.
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leave, leave management, employee leave, paid leave, unpaid leave, state leave, fmla, state fmla, time off, leave compliance, federal leave laws, leave management solution, leave management system, cloud-based leave management, cloud-based leave management system, leavexpert®
    
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Published By: XpertHR     Published Date: Jun 13, 2018
Multiple locations. Many hourly employees. Myriad pay rates and scheduled hours. Add multiple sick leave laws to the mix. The result: potential chaos and confusion. XpertHR can help. We take the complexity out of staying on top of the shifting paid sick leave law landscape to ensure compliance, understanding and clear employee communication. Michigan and Indiana are banning local sick leave laws. Cities from San Francisco to New York City are leading the pack in favor of them. These and other states and cities around the country are creating a complex playing field for HR professionals when it comes to ensuring compliance with paid sick leave laws. You don’t have the time, or resources, to stay on top of these trends. We do! ? Understanding variations and similarities in laws across jurisdictions ? Understanding how local laws relate to federal and state laws ? Identifying implications related to temporary and contract staff ? Ensuring compliance with notification, documentation, acc
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paid sick, leave management, employee leave, compliance, leave laws, employee management, employee benefit
    
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Published By: XpertHR     Published Date: Jun 13, 2018
Multiple locations. Many hourly employees. Myriad pay rates and scheduled hours. Add multiple sick leave laws to the mix. The result: potential chaos and confusion. XpertHR can help. We take the complexity out of staying on top of the shifting paid sick leave law landscape to ensure compliance, understanding and clear employee communication. Michigan and Indiana are banning local sick leave laws. Cities from San Francisco to New York City are leading the pack in favor of them. These and other states and cities around the country are creating a complex playing field for HR professionals when it comes to ensuring compliance with paid sick leave laws. You don’t have the time, or resources, to stay on top of these trends. We do!
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paid sick, leave management, employee leave, compliance, leave laws, employee management, employee benefit
    
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Published By: XpertHR     Published Date: Jun 13, 2018
Multiple locations. Many hourly employees. Myriad pay rates and scheduled hours. Add multiple sick leave laws to the mix. The result: potential chaos and confusion. XpertHR can help. We take the complexity out of staying on top of the shifting paid sick leave law landscape to ensure compliance, understanding and clear employee communication. Michigan and Indiana are banning local sick leave laws. Cities from San Francisco to New York City are leading the pack in favor of them. These and other states and cities around the country are creating a complex playing field for HR professionals when it comes to ensuring compliance with paid sick leave laws. You don’t have the time, or resources, to stay on top of these trends. We do!
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paid sick, leave management, employee leave, compliance, leave laws, employee management, employee benefit
    
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Published By: Code42     Published Date: Apr 22, 2016
Today, in the age of information, people are paid for their ideas: to create original knowledge products or add value to existing products. Given their self-reliance, it is not surprising that workers take pride in their outputs—up to half of employees take a portfolio of files with them when they leave. When employees move on, many feel entitled to the work they’ve created.They presume it is acceptable to transfer work documents to personal computers, removable media, tablets, smartphones or online file sharing apps. Some pilfered data is innocuous and already in the public realm. But some of it is classified. Read this paper to find out how to collect and secure data to protect operations, reputation and continuity when employees leave.
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data protection, code 42, data security, intellectual property
    
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