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Change In Management: How Does It Impact Your Sexual Harassment Liability?

Written exclusively for Chubbworks


A manager and other coworkers harass two female employees. A harassment-free workplace begins at the top. Read more...


Six Facts The EEOC Charge Statistics Reveal To Employers

Jack McCalmon

The 2014 EEOC charge statistics provide valuable information for employers. Jack McCalmon highlights six important facts every employer should know. Read more...


Bubble Employees: Can You Terminate A Bad Employee Who Has Reported Wrongdoing?


Retaliation lawsuits pose a serious risk to employers. So how do you address bad employees who need to be discharged, but have reported wrongdoing? Read more...



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Latest Numbers

Unemployment Rate

5.7% in Jan 2015

Payroll Employment

+257,000(p) in Jan 2015

Average Hourly Earnings

+$0.12(p) in Jan 2015

Employment Cost Index (ECI)

+0.6% in 4th Qtr of 2014


-1.8% in 4th Qtr of 2014

Source: Department of Labor

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Loss Prevention Reimbursement Credit

HR Acuity On-Demand

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What's New

Asking Applicants About Criminal History? The Best Answer May Surprise You

Many new laws on various topics in several states took effect January 1. We highlight a few, and discuss in particular the "Ban the Box" legislation trend. Read More

Measles Outbreak Shows The Value Of Vaccines. Does Offering Vaccines To Your Workforce Have Benefits?

The recent measles outbreak highlights the benefits of vaccines. Could they benefit your employees? Read More

Multi-Year, Multi-Million Litigation With No End In Sight: Why Prevention Is Always The Right Business Decision

Appellate court throws out $4 million fee award against the EEOC. The case heads back to court and maybe a future appeal. Find out why. Read More