ChubbWorksSM now outlines the Best Practice Minute -- a short, on-demand presentation of a workplace liability issue that offers steps to take to limit the risk.


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  • A Manager's Role in an Investigation
  • Best Practice Minute
    • Retaliatory Discharge
    • Disability Discrimination
    • The ADA and Reasonable Accommodation
    • Cyber Crime
    • Social Media
    • Workplace Bullying
    • Sex Based Harassment
    • Retaliation
    • E-Verify
    • GINA
    • Holiday Party Risk
    • Teen Workers
    • The ADAAA & Leave
    • ADEA
    • USERRA
    • The ADA and Mental Impairments
    • Background Checks
    • National Origin Discrimination
    • Family Responsibility Discrimination
    • ADA Association Risk
    • Older Workers Benefit Protection Act
    • Employee Polygraph Protection Act
    • Third-Party Sex Harassment
    • English-Only Policies
    • Employee Personnel Files
    • Termination Witnesses
    • Retaliation - ACA
    • Responding to an EEOC Charge
    • Depression, Leave Policies, and the ADA
    • Ban the Box
    • Medical Marijuana Changing the Workplace
    • Common Employment Practice Myths
    • Misclassification Matters
    • Preparing for a Data Breach
    • Ransomware 101: What Is It And What Is The Risk For Employers?
    • Ransomware 102: How to Avoid Ransomware
    • Reporting Ransomware - The First Step For Curbing the Harm of Ransomware
    • Managing Overtime Successfully
    • Protecting Whistleblowers To Reduce Retaliation Risk
    • Website Accessibility For Your Employees
    • Is That A Real Religion?
    • Are Victims of Sexual Harassment Limited To The Targets Of The Behavior?
    • Preventing Sexual Harassment With Thorough On-Boarding Of New Employees
    • Exit Interview Basics
    • Be Aware Of State Leave Law Changes
    • Best Practice Cybersecurity Tips For HR
    • What Defines A Full-Time Employee Varies
    • Responding to Sextortion Emails
    • Adjusting Pay Based On Location
    • Encouraging Bystander Intervention Can Help Prevent Sexual Harassment
    • When An Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19
    • When Employees Refuse The COVID-19 Vaccine
    • Requests To Review A Personnel File
  • Best Practice Tip
    • Applicants with Disabilities
    • Best Practice Tip Grooming
    • Return to Work: Worker's Compensation Pitfall
    • Sexting
    • Documenting Discipline
    • Paying Overtime
    • Pregnancy Discrimination
    • Final Paychecks
    • Proper Documentation for Terminations
    • Don't Wait to Terminate
    • Get Your Sleep
    • Online Employee Posts - The Risks
    • The "Manager" Title Comes with Responsibility and Risk
    • What Managers Need To Know About Accents And National Origin Discrimination
    • Holding Your Employees Accountable
    • Signs of Malware
    • Managing Productivity Loss From Online Distractions
    • The Legal Relationship Between Pregnancy And Disability
    • Accurate Overtime Records: What Managers Can Do
    • Keeping Employee Health Information Confidential
    • Workplace Counseling vs. Personal Counseling
    • Authorizing Others To Accept Pay Checks
    • Tips For Lowering Risk Exposure From Employee Genetic Information
    • The Role Managers Can Play To Avoid Business Email Scams
    • When An Employee Cannot Wear A Mask
    • Managing Disagreements Between Employees
    • Managing Employees Afraid To Return To Work Because Of COVID-19 Fears
    • Setting The Example During Online Meetings

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