Easy Slow Cooker Chili and HR Law updates can be found in our September Newsletter
Wisconsin Labor Law Posting Update and no bake oat bars…click here for our latest newsletter.
Despite the higher unemployment rates, employers are still having difficulty filling their open positions. According to the 2012 Economic Outlook Survey conducted by Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce, 43% of Continue reading
We’ve all watched TV late at night and paused on an “infomercial” claiming that not only is some new gadget better than anything else on the market, but that if Continue reading
EEOC Subpoena Authority Upheld and other stories in our latest issue of the Temptation Newsletter
Great article by the Director of the Wisconsin Safety Council, Janie Ritter, outlining the employer responsibilities to protect their temporary workers.
Recession??? See our March newsletter.
New office, overtime regulations and EEOC update are all in our latest Temptation newsletter.
By Colleen Stanley
David Letterman has his “Top Ten List.” Stephen Covey has “Seven Habits” and John Maxwell has his “Twenty-One Laws.” Here are my Continue reading
Affirmative Action, paid sick leave and chili dog casserole are all featured in our January newsletter http://conta.cc/1n7AhoT
Office party advice, stress relief tips and Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus highlight our December newsletter
The Disappearing Workforce With an increasing demand for employees and unemployment rates hovering around 5%, no one is surprised that good employees are harder than ever to find. But what is surprising is the fact that as of September of 2015, a record 94,031,000 Americans are not in the labor force. read more..
NLRB Expands Joint Employment Definition
On August 27, 2015, the NLRB voted 3-2 to expand the definition of joint employment, allowing a union to negotiate with a staffing buyer over both directly hired and staffing firm workers. (read more)
E-Verify Changes Proposed U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced proposed modifications to the E-Verify employment eligibility program that would include requiring participating employers to re-verify employees whose work –
DOL Proposes Change to OT Pay Rules for Exempt Employees
Nearly 5 million more Americans would qualify for overtime pay under new rules proposed recently by the Obama administration, a long-anticipated move expected to affect a broad swath of salaried employees from store managers to social workers to restaurant shift supervisors.- Read More
NLRB Ratifies Actions of Recess Appointees – http://conta.cc/1sOHs2y
In today’s busy world, we are constantly being bombarded with information from a variety of sources, making it difficult to sort out what is relevant or important to us. While Continue reading
As a Vice President running a growing manufacturing company, it’s not uncommon to have 2-3 staffing agencies . . .