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Are the risks of performing credit checks on job applicants worth the potential reward?

USA - April 26 2012 In this increasingly competitive marketplace, potential employers are constantly searching for the best talent available.

Employers – you can pay them now or you can pay them more later!

USA - October 4 2011 For employers, perhaps the most frequently filed employment-related claims relate to allegations of improper payment.

Companies must retain counsel to answer garnishments in Georgia

USA - October 13 2011 On September 12, 2011, the Supreme Court of Georgia approved UPL Advisory Opinion No. 2010-1 ("Advisory Opinion"), which was issued by the State Bar of Georgia's Standing Committee on the Unlicensed Practice of Law ("Standing Committee").

Jeffery R. Saxby

Social media and the technology of the modern workplace

USA - December 1 2011 Twenty-five years ago, the leading office communications technology consisted of the telephone and fax machine.

Performance reviews: ready or not – time to evaluate

USA - August 17 2011 Although there is no legal requirement that employers conduct performance evaluations, most employers have a system that rewards employee effort and provides feedback to their employees.