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3 Strategies for HR Professionals

It can be a real challenge to land a job, especially one within a person’s desired field that offers a competitive salary and good benefits. But on the flip side—and perhaps somewhat surprisingly, considering the effort involved in job hunting—it’s an equally daun...

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Understanding and Handling Compliance in Human Resources

In any business environment, there are certain federal and state regulations, rules and standards that must be met and upheld. These are commonly referred to as compliances—and both employers and employees are responsible for adhering to the...

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A Simple List to Help Protect You, Employees and Employers

When an employee sits down to work at their company computer during the workday, it’s generally understood that their efforts and output fall under the company’s umbrella of legal ownership. However, what happens when the same employee i...

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A Q&A Session with Our Online MJ-LEL Program Director

Joel Wm. Friedman is the Jack M. Gordon Professor of Procedural Law and Jurisdiction at Tulane University Law School and program director for the school’s Master of Jurisprudence in Labor & Employment Law (MJ-LEL) program. A J.D. graduate of Ya...

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How do you define parental leave? If you’re like most, you think of mothers taking time off work to give birth, and then spend time with her newborn. Multiple studies indicate that access to paid parental leave positively impacts postpartum health and overall wellness for both baby and mom.1 Des...

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