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April 12, 2021
Are Your Employees Calling In Sick More Often? You Make The Call

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused increased numbers of employees to call in sick. Is your workforce calling in, too? You make the call.

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Leslie Zieren

Ask Leslie: How Should I Manage An Employee Who Constantly Works Overtime?

An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. how to manage an employee who won't stop working overtime.

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When Laws Collide: Pandemic Safety Protocols And Equal Employment Laws

A retail store settles a lawsuit, agreeing to adjust its workplace safety policy. Read how to avoid discrimination risk when policies conflict.

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What's New

Tax Season Is Here And So Are Taxpayer Cyber Scams

Every year hackers take advantage of the stress of filing taxes to target victims, including employers, with phishing scams. Learn more.

Multi-Factor Authentication: Does It Help Protect Your Data?

SonicWall, Inc. says hackers breached its system security software and is working on a fix. Learn about multi-factor authentication.

How Fast Can A Cybercriminal Crack Your Password?

New research on 2020's most popular passwords shows that a large majority can be hacked in less than a second. This is yet another reason why password security should be a top priority.


Latest Numbers

  • Unemployment Rate
    6.0% in Mar 2021
  • Payroll Employment
    +916,000(p) in Mar 2021
  • Average Hourly Earnings
    -$0.04(p) in Mar 2021
  • Employment Cost Index (ECI)
    +0.7% in 4th Qtr of 2020
  • Productivity
    -4.2%(r) in 4th Qtr of 2020

Source: Department of Labor