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Multicolored wheel divided into 7 equal sections Recruitment, Training and Development, Benifits and Compensation, Communicating, Employee Relations, Recordkeeping, and Health safety and security with Legal compliance written on the outer edge and company strategy in the center employee relations is emphasized

When and Why Is It Important to Use Consensual Relationship Agreements?

Question: We just found out that 2 of our employees are in a romantic relationship.  Although they’re not in a supervisor/subordinate relationship, shouldn’t we still be concerned? Answer: Although romantic relationships in the workplace are quite common, you do have reasons for concern about employees dating. Of course, the #1 fear for most employers is […]

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What Are the Benefits of Total Compensation Statements?

Question: What are total compensation statements and why should I consider them for my employees? Answer: Most of the time, an employee’s pay and benefits spread far beyond the base pay.  A total compensation statement can be anything from a simple, computer-generated spreadsheet to an elaborate, in-depth analysis with charts or graphs.  Providing total compensation […]

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