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Tackling The Coronavirus At Work – Phase 3 Arrives

          NBC Journalist: “What do you say to Americans who are watching you right now, ...

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Tackling The Coronavirus At Work – Layoff Edition

  "This is a pandemic. I felt it was a pandemic long before it was called a pandemic." ...

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Tackling The Coronavirus At Work – Week Two

“The Fake News Media and their partner, the Democrat Party, is doing everything within its semi-considerable power to inflame the CoronaVirus situation,...

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Tackling The Coronavirus At The Office

“I didn't know people died from the flu.”                                          ...

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Avoiding the Term Contract Trap

“We’re here for a good time… not a long time.”   ...

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Restoring ‘Working Notice’ as a Termination Strategy

Somewhere, in a galaxy far, far away, many h.r. professionals and lawyers developed the following default approach to terminating the employment relationship… the decision is made, in secrecy, to terminate the relationship...

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Retail Staff Aren't Security Guards

The 2006 death of gas bar attendant Grant DePatie in Maple Ridge, B.C. sparked an ongoing debate about workplace safety rules. Though it’s been a long time since it happened and the resulting WorksafeBC rule changes for late night retail wor...

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When It Rains It (Really) Pours

In a recent article (Restoring ‘Working Notice’ As A Termination Strategy), I offered a different strategy for achieving the smooth, risk-free, and cost-efficient termination of employment relationships on a without-cause basis. Scinti...

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When Social Media Exposure Isn’t A Good Thing

Any publicity is good publicity, right? Not anymore it isn’t. Some of the worst publicity a business can receive is as a result of its own employees posting damaging material on social media sites. It may only be a “thing&rdq...

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