Employers receive garnishments for their employees for many reasons. Whether the order is for child support, a tax levy or creditor wage garnishments, it is extremely important that all such orders be handled promptly and accurately or employers can risk major consequences. In most states, the employer may be liable for the full amount of […]
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How many times are we asked to recall a specific situation from a month or two ago, and just can’t remember the details? It seemed so significant at the time and we thought, “I’ll remember this.” If only we had jotted down some notes… Most of the time, you can just say, “Oh well,” and […]
Maintaining professionalism in the workplace is important, but tattoos don’t necessarily take away from that. As tattoos gain popularity across society, acceptance in the workplace is changing. An article from USA Today, “Workplace Tattoo Taboos Fading,” states that there are three underlying concerns employers have with hiring people with body art: the belief that an […]
The “Me Too” and “Time’s Up” movements have garnered attention in the media, the legal community, the workplace and the agencies who protect our workplaces. There is a new culture beginning to emerge in the era of “Me Too” and “Time’s Up.” How should employers respond? The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reports increased inquiries […]
Many financial advisers recommend carrying 3-6 months’ worth of expenses in an emergency fund, but only 39 percent of Americans would be able to cover an unexpected $1,000 outlay with their short-term savings, according to a recent Bankrate survey. Another new poll conducted by Bankrate similarly found that only around half (58 percent) of consumers […]
Back in November 2017, several staff members at western Michigan television station WZZM 13 had unemployment claims filed in their names and the problem seems to be getting worse in the Grand Rapids area. There have been more than 100 reports taken since November in Walker alone. Wyoming has reported 19, and Kent County overall […]
The “Me Too” and “Time’s Up” movements have prompted discussions and brought to the forefront all aspects of sexual harassment and treatment of women in the workplace. Part of this focus has put light on a subject that may have improved some over the last several decades, but is still not where is needs to […]
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