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Could Working From Home Make Employees More Productive? You Make The Call

 

Some workers are seeing an increase in productivity during the pandemic. Others feel isolated and unproductive. How is telecommuting affecting your workers? You make the call. Read more...

 

Ask Leslie: What Should We Do When An Employee Emits A Bad Odor From Their Body?

Leslie Zieren

An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. how to manage the sensitive issue of body odor. Learn some approaches. Read more...

 

What Is "Reasonable" Under ERISA Leaves The Door Open To Costly Litigation

 

A two-million-dollar settlement resolves class action allegations of excessive ERISA-related fees. Learn about the litigation as to what is "reasonable" or not. Read more...

 

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Improving Cyber Security For Employees Working From Home

Employers should focus on device security, home office network security, and training employees. We examine. Read More

A Redundancy Plan Helps Managers Prepare For Injury, Illness, And Other Emergencies

Managers and supervisors should consider creating conditions that allow their teams to operate when they are ill. We examine. Read More

Consult With Counsel Before Using Contact Tracing Apps For COVID-19 Infections

The EEOC says employers may inquire about COVID-19 exposure and take employees' temperatures. We examine this and other issues like privacy and HIPAA. Read More

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National Missing Children's Day 2020

In recognition of National Missing Children's Day on May 25, we highlight the successful recovery of a missing Washington girl in Mexico as just one example of the work the FBI does every day to bring missing kids home to their families-and we couldn't do it without the public's help.

Child Predator Jailed for Life

An FBI agent who has dedicated much of his career to pursuing those who exploit children shares the details of one investigation and offers tips for parents and caregivers on keeping kids safe.

Fingerprint Technology Helps Solve Cold Case

Advancements in fingerprint technology helped the FBI and state law enforcement partners find and bring to justice a man who kidnapped and sexually assaulted a young girl in Pennsylvania two decades ago.