XpertHR Podcasts 2015
Why California Employers Face Many Changes in 2016
New GINA Rules: EEOC Attorney Discusses Impact For HR
Will Supreme Court FLSA Case Limit Class Actions?
Is Your Performance Appraisal Process Ready For Prime Time?
Why Employees Don't Trust HR
NLRB's Landmark Joint Employer Ruling Has Big Implications
Background Checks Abroad: What Global Employers Need to Know
Top Telecommuting Issues Affecting Employers
Why Social Media Policies Are a Bad Idea
FMLA Compliance Tips to Steer Clear of Trouble
Attracting New Talent Without Unwanted Legal Risks
How Wearable Technology Could Affect the Workplace
How the NLRB's New Election Rules Impact Employers
Employer Uproar Sparks Change to Controversial Indiana Law
April 20, 2015
The Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act drew the ire not only of the LGBT community but high-profile employers as well. Indianapolis employment attorney Stuart Buttrick discusses what this law does, and how employer complaints created change.
Supreme Court Health Care Dispute Has High Stakes for Employers
March 26, 2015
XpertHR Legal Editor David Weisenfeld provides an inside the Supreme Court look at the latest Affordable Care Act challenge. The outcome could affect the ability of millions of Americans to obtain health insurance.
Leave Law Protections Continue to Expand
February 24, 2015
With numerous leave laws sprouting up at the state and municipal levels, employers that fail to keep up do so at their peril. Oregon employment attorney Kyle Abraham details the latest developments.
The Affordable Care Act in 2015: What HR Needs to Know
February 10, 2015
Many experts view 2015 as a key transitional year for the Affordable Care Act. So how can employers avoid running afoul of the ACA? LeClairRyan attorney Jim Anelli discusses best practices.
Why Wage Theft Trend Cannot Be Ignored
January 6, 2015
The troubling trend of employer wage theft goes under the microscope in the inaugural XpertHR podcast of 2015.