When to Include the Mortgage on a Real Property Loss Payment

July 1st, 2010   •   Comments Off on When to Include the Mortgage on a Real Property Loss Payment   

The mortgage crisis has become a fixture in the media and affects more than just the mortgage and banking sectors. How does the mortgage meltdown affect the business of insurance with regard to settling and paying real property damage claims? Certainly, lenders and mortgagees may become especially vigilant in pursuing claims against insurers during economic… Read More

Where’s Wanda? Exempt Employees and Attendance Issues

April 12th, 2010   •   Comments Off on Where’s Wanda? Exempt Employees and Attendance Issues   

Many employers believe that they can’t track the attendance and punctuality of exempt employees or find it a difficult task to implement. This article provides tips for employers in monitoring and disciplining exempt employees for attendance and punctuality deficiencies. View Employment Brief Exempt Employees and Attendance Issues Spring 2010.

How Tweet It Is (Or is it?)

April 12th, 2010   •   Comments Off on How Tweet It Is (Or is it?)   

As social media continues to make its mark on society and our interaction with each, employers should be aware of the potential legal risks associated with their employee’s use of social media. This article will discuss some of the issues employers face and recommendations for implementing a social media policy. View Employment Brief How Tweet… Read More

Employment Law Alert – Fall 2009 Issue

November 23rd, 2009   •   Comments Off on Employment Law Alert – Fall 2009 Issue   

This Employment Law Alert contains: Worker’s Compensation Update: Benefits Available To Unathorized Workers Before Purchasing Other Companies, Employers Should Consider Past Workers’ Compensation Claims View Employment Newsletter Fall 2009 Issue.

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