6 Steps to Minimize Business Interruptions

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 40 percent of businesses never reopen after a disaster. Implementing steps to prepare for and respond to disasters can help to reduce loss. In order to protect your business from unavoidable interruptions, it is recommended that you have a plan in place. Having a plan in place serves…

Did Your Grad Receive a BB (Bachelor of Boomerang) Degree?

College graduation! The pictures, the gown, the caps in the air, the world awaits! Yet many recent graduates will find themselves awaiting that world after returning to live in their parents’ home. Whether due to lifestyle changes, generational preferences or simply the economy, today’s graduates often find themselves wondering how their parents’ generation ever survived…

Moving The Goal Posts: How Wage And Hour Litigation Is Reshaping The American Workforce

By: Jack McCalmon Another day, another wage and hour class action lawsuit filed against another employer … One New York publication headline reads: “Lawsuit: Four Central New York companies cheated workers out of ‘hard-earned’ pay.” No trial, verdict or settlement yet … just a filed claim, but one that reflects the latest trend of some…

HR Summertime Checklist

Employers and HR departments that take time to prepare for the summer months may be able to enjoy them a bit more. Now is a good time to start considering the employee management areas outlined below to ensure a smooth summer. Think about how each area impacts your organization and whether any action should be…