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Workplace Retaliation: EEOC Proposes Revised Guidance

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has proposed revised enforcement guidance on unlawful workplace retaliation. The proposed guidance will make it easier for employees to assert..

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6 Questions to ask Before Allowing Drone Operation On-Site

You’ve heard about and perhaps even seen the use of drones. These are some of the fastest growing technology today. Even giants like Amazon.com are looking for ways to implement the use of drones..

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Bulletproof Your Company: Why You Need EPLI

With rapidly increasing numbers of employees filing lawsuits against their employers, even the smallest businesses cannot afford to lack coverage by Employee Practice Liability Insurance (EPLI)...

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Are You Prepared for a DOL Audit?

No one looks forward to an audit; however, with advance preparation and careful record keeping, a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) audit will be less stressful for all involved. An audit may be..

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Are Your Interview Questions Compliant?

In today’s litigious environment, it’s more important than ever when hiring that managers and human resources personnel ask the questions that are compliant with applicable federal, state, and..

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Is PRICE Important to You?

At Beimdiek, PRICE means everything. We know that price has many different meanings fact it’s the most common topic we find ourselves discussing with our clients. We realize that in order for our..

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New FLSA Rules Affect Job Classification and Workers

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is designed to protect American workers by guaranteeing them certain minimal levels of compensation. Of course, what constitutes “fair” is a matter of..

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Why Employment Practices Liablity Insurance (EPLI) is a Must Have

Here are some scary statistics:

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What you need to know about Builder's Risks

What is it?

A property insurance policy that is designed to cover property in the course of construction. Coverage is usually written on an all risks basis and typically applies not only to property..

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