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FMLA Reform

July 26, 2001
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The Right Start Act of 2001 contains several measures that would expand the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
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Getting Performance Reviews Right

April 26, 2001
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The must-haves of a legally defensible performance review.
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How Dot-coms Learned To Value Tried and True

April 26, 2001
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HR can create an attractive start-up environment byemphasizing learning opportunities, paying attention to individual needs, and promoting a sense of meaningful work.
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Getting Ready For Older Workers

January 31, 2001
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Shed your misconceptions, learn the facts about Social Security income limits, and find sources for older workers who "bring a whole wealth of knowledge and experience as well as a very strong work ethic."
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Wellness Program Regulations Proposed

January 31, 2001
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At first glance, the new HIPAA-based guidelines seem like a serious blow to incentives.
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Income Cap Issues for Retirees

January 31, 2001
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There is an earnings cap for those who take early retirement and collect Social Security before they reach their full retirement age.
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The Credit Rules are Anything But Fair

January 5, 2001
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The Fair Credit Act leaves employers hamstrung in their ability to conduct investigations, says Workforce member Michael R. Selvig.
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The Credit Rules are Anything But Fair

January 5, 2001
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The Fair Credit Act leaves employers hamstrung in their ability to conduct investigations, says Workforce member Michael R. Selvig.
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Regulation Must be Based on Sound Science and Common Sense

December 29, 2000
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In a guest column for Workforce , committee chairman Rep. Goodling (R-PA) talks about mistakes of the past and promises for the future of labor legislation.
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Employee Privacy vs. the Release of Medical Information

December 1, 2000
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A short-cut that wins a minor unemployment battle and yet opens up a protracted and costly ADA-privacy legal war is not worth taking.
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