As winter rapidly approaches, the U.S. still has no vaccine ready for market (although at least two vaccines look very […]
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Disparate Impact Claims — What Employers Should Know About Unintended Racial Inequality
The idea that your company’s practices could be found to be racially discriminatory, despite having no intent to discriminate, can […]
Do My Employees Get Leave to Vote?
U.S. Presidential election years are different than others. The voter turnout is usually much higher, the workplace political banter is […]
I Received an Audit Scheduling Letter from OFCCP. What Now?
For those new to federal contracting, you may not be familiar with the CSAL list or the AAPs that are […]
HR’s Role Regarding Employees’ Mental Health
Human Resources (HR) professionals play a major role in any organization, often tasked with carrying out various tasks that do […]
School is Back in Session…Or is It?
Many parents look forward to this time of year; when the leaves on the trees begin to turn, the summer […]
Will Telecommuting Be The New Normal?
With COVID-19 still raging unabated throughout the country, many businesses have allowed (or been required to allow) their employees to […]
Consider Commuter Benefits For Your Employees
As a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), C2 assists its corporate clients with administering various benefit plans they want to offer […]
Employee Lawsuits Begin Due To COVID-19 Impacts
Maintaining employee and workplace safety are constant responsibilities for all employers. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) along […]
The Five Steps of Human Resources Planning
Most entrepreneurs do not go into business to become human resources experts. They go into business because they find a […]
The New Normal: Using Technology to Cope During a Pandemic
COVID-19 has impacted the world in ways unimaginable only a few months ago. And the impacts have been felt from […]
How COVID-19 is Affecting Our Mental Health
The first case of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States was diagnosed in Snohomish County, Washington on January 20, […]