This podcast examines open enrollment challenges amidst rising costs, including how employers can communicate with their employees about health care plan changes, with Faegre Baker Daniels attorney Mike MacLean.
The growth of contingent workers in the digital marketplace is one of the biggest trends of 2016 and has spawned a new term, the "gig economy." On this podcast, Fisher Phillips employment attorney Rich Meneghello discusses what the gig economy means for employers.
The founder of the workplace training and learning company ELI says too many organizations take a cosmetic approach when it comes to sexual harassment training. The fall of former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes casts new light on this diciest of workplace issues.
This podcast features a conversation with a leading employee performance thought leader, David Lee, about the need for managers to do a better job of understanding what motivates people. Too often, Lee says that employees are taught not to care.
With the countdown to the 2016 election well underway, this podcast features a conversation about key employment law implications with Mike Aitken, the Society for Human Resource Management's vice president for government affairs.
One of the nation's leading wage and hour authorities, Tammy McCutchen, discusses a new resource now available through XpertHR that will help employers steer clear of trouble with the new Department of Labor overtime rules.
Former Secret Service agent and workplace violence prevention expert Matt Doherty gives practical tips for employers to help prevent active shooter situations. As recent events illustrate, this podcast is one you can't afford to miss.
The recent announcement that the minimum salary for overtime-exempt employees will roughly double from $23,660 to $47,476 is attracting nationwide attention. On this podcast, we examine what employers need to do to comply with ComplianceHR's Tammy McCutchen, one of the nation's leading wage and hour authorities.
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