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Jaime Lizotte

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By: | Jun 08, 2020
Approximately 5.6 million workers are at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens, such as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (the virus that causes AIDS), Hepatitis B Virus and Hepatitis C Virus. — Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Read that again: 5.6 million workers are at risk. That’s a significant segment of the workforce. While public service... read more
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By: | May 11, 2020
Overnight, many businesses have been forced to adopt a new reality. In the face of a worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, thousands of companies have had to send employees home to work remotely or adjust attendance policies to accommodate extended hours, reduced hours or other circumstances. You may be wondering how your company policies need to... read more
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By: | May 04, 2020
As you navigate the new “normal” with the COVID-19 pandemic, you likely have many questions about how to manage your business and your staff. Most importantly, you want to be certain you’re complying with the latest COVID-related regulations to avoid legal complications. We’re here to help you address the myriad changes coming your way right... read more
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By: | Jun 03, 2019
Some of the many hats small business owners wear include that of hiring manager, training supervisor and HR director. The list goes on, but the picture is clear: With all the juggling needed to keep your business running, it’s easy to emphasize some roles more than others. Take, for example, the onboarding process for new... read more
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By: | May 31, 2019
Establishing a productive, respectful and harassment-free environment should be a priority for all employers. But how can you protect your company (and your employees) from problematic behavior? A comprehensive anti-harassment policy is a good place to start. Effectively communicating your policy and ensuring that employees understand what it means are the next steps. Consider these... read more
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By: | May 28, 2019
Over time, employee records can begin to accumulate and take up precious space. At which point you may be tempted to throw some of them out. But did you know that when you hire employees, you’re required by law to keep certain records from one to 30 years? These range from salary and payroll information... read more