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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
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 health safety and security is emphasized

Protect Your Company: Investigate Workplace Accidents Effectively & Legally

Question: How do we investigate workplace accidents effectively, while still protecting ourselves legally? Answer: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) caused controversy and sowed corporate confusion with a recent comment on post-accident drug testing. In the Preamble to the Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, OSHA noted that post-accident drug and alcohol testing […]

Wheel - Recordkeeping

Avoid Penalties: Maintain a Legal Hiring Process

Question: We are continuously chasing paperwork for employees that a manager may have hired but didn’t include HR in the hiring process.  What problems does this present that we can share with the hiring managers? Answer: ​It is important to make sure HR is included in the hiring process to assure all items are completed […]

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