North State SHRM News & Legal Updates
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When an employee leaves a company, it doesn’t necessarily mean ending all contact with the former worker. Some employers monitor certain workers after termination or…
Gov. Kate Brown recently signed SB 169, which makes substantial changes to the statute that limits the use of noncompetition agreements with Oregon employees. Gov. Kate…
You may have tried-and-true questions you ask every time you interview a job candidate. But have you considered some out-of-the-box options that could reveal even more…
A Black former fire chief of Ontario, Calif., who was fired after working for the city for 30 years can go forward with his claim of racial discrimination, a California…
When a new job isn’t what you expected, can you go back to your former employer and ask if you could have your old job again? How can team members align their summer vacation plans so that employers aren’t short-handed? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions like these every week for USA Today.
In an interview with SHRM, Todd Logsdon provides his initial reaction to the much-anticipated Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), which provides workplace safety guidance for healthcare employers dealing with COVID-19. Todd notes that “[f]or the most part, it will be a formalization of what [healthcare employers] have been doing for the last 12-15 months.” The article goes on to provide key takeaways of the ETS in settings where coronavirus patients are treated, including hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Todd explains that many healthcare employers have already been practicing most of the ETS requirements, but he also noted that some of the rules “may require employers to adjust their policies or take additional steps.”
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