Opinion

Build Trust With More Effective Conversations

Before you can have effective conversations with your employees, they need to feel like they can trust you. We examine.
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What Is - Or Is Not - A Sincerely-Held Religious Belief?

Employers are required to reasonably accommodate sincerely-held religious beliefs. Learn about the new U.S. Supreme Court case, a new standard, and the best approaches to accommodations.
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Performance Conversations: How To Address Employee Inflated Self-Worth

Talking to employees about their performance is a challenging aspect of managing, especially if their idea of their performance differs from yours. We examine.
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Articles

Training Of Jail Staff Necessary For Limiting Losses Related To Failure To Provide Medical Care

A New York Jury returned a $1.55M verdict against a county for failing to prevent an inmate's suicide.
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Ask Leslie: Are There Changes Coming To Federal EEO Damage Provisions?

Leslie Zieren
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. about proposed changes to several federal EEO damage provisions.
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How Rewarding Days Off Led To An $80.2M Jury Verdict

In a new podcast, McCalmon attorneys discuss how rewarding time off to over-achievers led to huge jury verdict.
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Data Breaches Require Prompt Responses From NPOs

After experiencing a systems breach, a nonprofit now faces a class action negligence lawsuit. A comprehensive breach response plan can help you avoid this added risk.
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