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Safety Concerns Spark Discussion on Weapons in the Workplace

In the aftermath of the tragic mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the controversial issue of weapons in the workplace is once again a hotly debated topic. If you’re a business owner without a clearly defined weapon-free workplace policy, you might find yourself dealing with employees who feel the need to carry a gun for protection while on the job.

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The Compliance Climate Is Changing: How Has Federal Deregulation Affected Employers?

When Donald Trump became President, he and the new Republican administration promised a decrease — or even rollback — of federal employment laws and regulations. But has federal deregulation eased the compliance burden? Surprisingly, the answer is no. When federal activity slows, states and cities step in to fill the gaps.

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Labor Law Posters and You: Maintaining Labor Law Posting Compliance Is No Easy Task

Businesses everywhere struggle to maintain labor law posting compliance. Labor law postings are mandated by both federal and state governments with some states requiring up to 20 posters. It’s not something business owners can just display and forget; postings change regularly. 

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Monitoring Labor Law Posting Changes on Your Own Is Risky — Find Out Why

Labor law posting fines have increased again and can add up to as much as $34,000 per violation. Most businesses will agree that with labor laws continually changing, monitoring and maintaining posting compliance is a challenging task.

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Flurry of State and Local Changes Shaped 2017 Workplace Posting Compliance

Labor law issues continued to make news in 2017, as state and local governments adopted new legislation at a frenzied pace. The new laws resulted in an array of posting changes, with an emphasis on minimum wage and paid sick leave.

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