Keeping Employees Safe is Smart Business.
And It’s the Law

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Act, also known as OSHA, requires that employers provide a safe working environment for employees. Many states also have their own workplace safety law…

Best Practices in Credentialing and Onboarding Can Reduce Costly Turnover

A new hire is an investment. Every time you bring a new person on board, you’re investing time and resources in order to reap larger rewards down the road. Just as with financial investments, it’s important to minimize risk. After all, turnover is expensive…

Hiring Policy Regulation and Risk Regarding Arrest and Conviction

Staying current with EEOC regulations is important for avoiding Title VII liability, while ensuring that your company is as secure as possible with the person you finally hire. This can be especially true when it comes to the issue of persons with arrests or convictions.