There was a very interesting article in the Wall Street Journal recentlythat highlighted the impact that mobile technology is having on business. The article listed a number of examples where mobile devices have helped to improve productivity at various types of businesses. It also highlighted the growing impact of mobile technology on the workforce. One […]Continue Reading →
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On January 17th, 2013, new rules were issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that modify various HIPAA rules. The changes are primarily designed to engage privacy protections for patients and to strengthen the ability of the government to enforce the law. Here is an overview of some of the key […]Continue Reading →
$4.85 million. Yep, that’s the figure that absolutely caught my attention as I came across this story recently. That dollar amount is what Interstate Distributor Company will have to pay to settle a nationwide class disability discrimination lawsuit. The suit said that the company’s maximum leave policy unlawfully denied reasonable accommodations and resulted in hundreds of employees being […]Continue Reading →
As an employer, presenting to your employees is not always an easy task. Occasionally, you need to deliver messages that may not be immediately well-received (perhaps regarding new corporate policies or changes in your Benefits program). Also, any distractions that are on an employee’s mind during the presentation — whether it’s about their current to-do list or […]Continue Reading →