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New Malware Targets Smart Phones - What Is It And What You Need To Do To Avoid Infection

 

A new type of malware is targeting smartphones. Read tips to make sure your employees do not download it. Read more...

 

Office Affairs - A Risk With No Reward

Written exclusively for Chubbworks

 

When an affair between a law partner and a coworker is discovered, lawsuits followed. Reduce your risk of litigation with effective policies. Read more...

 

Responding To The Raise Request, Part 2

 

In her previous blog Kirstin shared insights on how to manage an employee's initial raise request. Let's look more at how to respond. Read more...

 

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Latest Numbers

Unemployment Rate

5.6% in Dec 2014

Payroll Employment

+252,000(p) in Dec 2014

Average Hourly Earnings

-$0.05(p) in Dec 2014

Employment Cost Index (ECI)

+0.7% in 3rd Qtr of 2014

Productivity

+2.3%(r) in 3rd Qtr of 2014

Source: Department of Labor

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Supreme Court Weighs In On Whistleblowing - How Does It Impact All Employers?

TSA air marshal leaks security information to the press when safety concerns are ignored internally. Read about the Court's opinion and its possible impact on all employers. Read More

LGBT Employment Discrimination Protections Favored By Readers

We asked your opinion about the expanding employment protections for LGBT employees and applicants. Here is the response. Read More

Are Reasonable Accommodations For Employees with Disabilities Too Costly Or A Bargain?

EEOC sues a bank employer for failing to accommodate a visual impairment. New research shows why the undue hardship defense to accommodating is losing effectiveness. Read More