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September 20, 2017
 
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Does the NLRB Still Matter?

By Michael Rudman

One of the most highly anticipated changes with the transition in Washington from one political party to another involves the makeup of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).


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Ask the Hotline | Anonymous Complaint Systems

Q: My boss wants me to create an anonymous complaint process to break the “code of silence” and get employees to report workplace incidents earlier. It could be an anonymous box in the restrooms and/or an 800 phone number.  Do anonymous complaint processes work? If we do it, what do we do with the complaints we receive?


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State Funds Help Employers Address Safety

The Department of Industrial Accidents (DIA) has funds available for employers interested in applying for safety grants during Fiscal Year 2018. The DIA Safety Grant program typically awards up to 30 grants of up to a maximum of $25,000 per year.

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Benchmark Your HR Practices

Employers in all industries and of all sizes are welcome to participate in the AIM HR Practices Survey.  The survey includes questions relating to benefits, compensation, recruitment and training practices. Please contact Kyle Pardo at kpardo@aimhrsolutions.com  to obtain a survey link.

Just-in-Time HR | Stormy Weather

October 3 | 10 am  | Webinar

Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria remind us that stormy days are ahead. For New Englanders that often means blizzards and nor’easters. Employers should begin to think now about their notification processes, work schedules, storm preparation, and when to pay workers in case of a storm. 

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October HR Roundtables | New Development in Employment Law

Please join us at the October Roundtables as we welcome attorneys from the law firm of Hirsch Roberts Weinstein, LLP to lead us through an entertaining discussion of new developments in the employment law field. 

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