In a decision dated June 26th, 2019, the Louisiana Supreme Court ruled that a Wal-Mart employee’s motion to compel was premature, because she had not established that “she has not been furnished ... Read More
As every manager knows, job descriptions are a necessary tool to help match the most appropriate and qualified candidates to job postings, while weeding out ‘unqualified’ candidates. This means ... Read More
In June, the Florida First District Court of Appeal rendered Lafleur v. The Arbor Holding Company, No. 1D18-0381 (Fla. 1st DCA 2019). The Court reversed the trial judge, citing Myers v. Pasco ... Read More
As we turn our calendar pages to July and officially start the beginning of summer, seven states and the District of Columbia are still in session. Thousands of bills have been introduced across the country, ... Read More
We’ve been taking a look at some of the ways RREs can attempt to achieve full CMS compliance and avoid potential penalties that may be coming soon. One area to consider more closely is file thresholds. ... Read More
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What Irritates You in the Office We just came across a survey that was conducted of 1,000 people last year that disclosed what the top ten irritants tend to be for people in the workplace. It turns out that the primary irritant for ...