Category Archives: Employment Practices Liability

Looking to Grow Your Business? Heed These Hiring Tips

Looking to Grow Your Business? Heed These Hiring TipsIf your business is growing, first and foremost, congratulations. Small business owners face plenty of adversity and struggle to beat the odds every single day. While your operation might be successful, hiring new employees to manage that success is another key to thriving. In this article, we’ll cover six important hiring strategies that small businesses can implement to find qualified candidates and to minimize TN Employment Practices Liability.

Gauge their passion.

Skills and talent are important, but you must also take into account whether candidates are passionate about going to work for you. Did they do pre-interview research to …

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Are Your Employees Burned Out? Try These Solutions

Are Your Employees Burned Out? Try These SolutionsIt’s not uncommon for your employees to feel overwhelmed and bogged down by day-to-day tasks. While a vacation is certainly a great way to reset their minds and catch a break, it’s not always a feasible option. In this post, we’ll explore the best ways that you can prevent your employees from work burnout while still getting work done. More importantly, secure your business against claims of negligence and wrongdoing with a comprehensive Sevier County EPLI policy.

Encourage rapport-building among employees.

Your employees spend at least 40 hours per week working at your business and interacting with their coworkers. The …

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NRA Against Obama’s Restaurant Overtime Proposal

NRA Against Obama’s Restaurant Overtime ProposalRestaurant wages, particularly those in the fast food industry, have long been a topic of concern among the American workforce.  With recent proposition to overhaul overtime pay regulations, the National Restaurant Association (NRA) expresses deep concern over the potential negative impacts of this proposal. During this potentially industry altering change, be sure to safeguard your restaurant with a TN Employment Practices Liability policy.

President Obama stated that he wishes to make more Americans eligible for overtime pay. As it stands, the annual income ceiling figure is $23,660 a year and Obama wants to bump it up to $50,440 per year …

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