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Oct 2001
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October 01, 2001

Can This Get Any Worse?--Using an Independent Investigator to Help Handle Sensitive Complaints

By their nature, harassment or discrimination claims can pose serious risks to an organization if not handled properly. Imagine this scenario . . . Last month your company terminated an employee. N...

Oct 2001
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October 01, 2001

Employers Who Seek Medical Information for Emergency Planning Purposes Will Not Violate Federal Law, Says the EEOC

In the wake of the September 11 attacks, many employers are either instituting Emergency Response Plans or are reexamining existing policies. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has announc...

Oct 2001
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October 01, 2001

Making Management Succession A Part of Your Business' Succession Plan

Succession planning is one of the most important and challenging strategic issues facing family businesses today. As the senior generation that formed family businesses in the 1960s and 1970s reach...

Sep 2001
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September 01, 2001

Divided Court of Appeals Holds That Employees Have Claim for Breach of Contract Due to Employer's Change-of-Vacation Policy

Briney v. Kelsey Hayes, No. 218621 (August 21, 2001). The employer in this case had a vacation policy under which employees would earn vacation one year to take the next year. Effective January, 19...

Sep 2001
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September 01, 2001

Estate Planning Alert

Topics included in this issue:Making Management Succession a Part of Your Business Succession PlanFalling Interest Rates Affect Estate PlanningConstant Tax Changes Require ReviewMaking Management S...

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