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By Amie Remington, Esq. on Friday, April 06, 2018
Social media has saturated our daily lives in a variety of ways, including our working lives. As an employer, the question you may have is, what qualifies as the appropriate use of social media in the workplace?
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One thing is clear: Businesses hoping to keep their data safe will need to invest in corporate cyber security training. Here are 7 reasons why you may need to train your employees ASAP...
Chances are, someone you know has fallen victim to some sort of scam or online threat in the past eighteen months. The best way to prevent this scenario in the first place is by taking the proper security precautions. While there are plenty of steps you can take on your own as a business owner, here are five simple things you can start with!
Many new state and local laws enacted in 2017 have already taken effect or will go into effect in 2018 and limit or restrict criminal background check inquiries. In light of recent trends and the promise of increased state restrictions on the horizon, employers need to be aware of their rights, duties and limitations before conducting background checks.
Not many people enjoy taking time to review or talk about insurance. Our agent joked that it’s a toss up between going to the dentist or meeting with your insurance agent. No one wants to do either, but they are both important and if attended to regularly can prevent bad news later!
You’ve been planning and packing, packing and planning – and now you’re ready to roll (cue the Griswold’s “Holiday Road” by Lindsey Buckingham). However, one thing you may have forgotten about amidst the excitement surrounding your trip is safety…