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Risk Alert: HR Form I-9 Audits on The Rise

The current push for immigration reform is shining a spotlight on hiring practices and a surge in activity to hold companies accountable. Simply failing to produce a Form I-9 constitutes a substantive violation with penalties ranging from $110 to $1,100 per violation. Since January 2009, U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has 

 

Leadership: The Captain’s Way

Today, business owners and managers are reading publications written by hundreds of industry leaders to obtain insight on developing and better implementing strong leadership within their own organizations. The books, articles and blogs are filled with New Age methods, tried and true approaches and lessons by example and experience

 

Talent Management: Right vs. Wrong

When I talk to most CEO’s, a common denominator in our conversation is that their employees are the secret to their success. Yet many of those same CEO’s are frustrated because they aren’t growing and differentiating from competitors. Often, the CEO sitting in front of me is frustrated, overworked and flat out unhappy. The...

 

Sexual Harassment Case Backfires on Trucking Company

admin-ajax-13.php C.J. Baker Senior Risk Advisor  Nobody wins when an employer allows Human Resources issues to devolve in the work place.  This article details how a court in the Midwest recently threw out an EEOC class action lawsuit that accused an employer of sexual harassment. Some employers will celebrate this as a victory against an overbearing EEOC but let’s ask who won? The female drivers were obviously wronged in a horrific way. The male drivers will no doubt be sued individually and their ability to work will be seriously impaired.