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Too many people, both interviewers and interviewees, are unaware of basic standards the law imposes and enforces regarding recruiting, hiring and onboarding employees. It’s imperative that human resource professionals on behalf of their businesses, as well as potential employees, are aware of the very thin line between what can and cannot be addressed during the

Guidelines for FMLA

Sunday, 28 September 2014 by

Most people have heard the acronym “FMLA” but what is it exactly? FMLA – Family and Medical Leave Act The FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993) is a Federal law, which entitles “eligible employees” of “covered employers” to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons, with continuation of group health

I’ve been asked often, by both employers and employees, what regulations there are in New York State regarding meal periods.  Here’s the gist of it:   Meal Period Guidelines – Section 162 of the New York State Labor Law  NYS Statute regulates mandatory meal period guidelines, but it does not require employers to compensate employees during

The recruiting industry is booming with so many people out of work these days.  Recruiting companies are hiring for themselves to handle an influx of resumes and their own growing businesses.  But is this the path your company should take when it needs to hire? Understandably, the weak economy calls for a decrease of expenditures

In these tumultuous economic times, everyone is clinging onto and fighting for every single dollar.  It is less likely for people to part with money now, than during times of economic fruition and stability.  However, there is a time and place for everything.  Sometimes it is difficult to see a larger gain, a bigger picture,

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