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Before OSHA Arrives: Developing a Culture of Worksite Safety

In daily business practice, one of the most difficult decisions any company leader can make is to change company culture. Despite many company leaders providing a well-thought out strategic plan, the entire collective of company employees ultimately controls company culture.

Airline Industry Alert: FAA Enacts Prompt Settlement Policy for Pilots Who are First-Time Violators of Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulations

Executive Summary: On October 1, 2018, a new Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) policy went into effect that allows commercial pilots who are first-time violators of certain drug and alcohol testing provisions the opportunity for prompt settlement with the FAA.

Comprehensive FAQs For Employers On Hurricanes And Other Workplace Disasters

This article addresses many employment-related issues facing employers in the wake of hurricane-related disasters; consequently, in addition to federal laws, we also focus on certain state laws, especially those in the areas most impacted by the storms. Nevertheless, the information here is of more widespread applicability than just the 2018 hurricanes, and may be helpful following any unexpected natural catastrophe.

Have you heard the term “gig workers” yet? You will.

Economists and business commentators believe that the U.S. economy is moving from a world of corporations to a world of “pop-up” businesses. Further, they point out that these pop-up businesses are powered by what’s becoming known as “gig workers” – a term borrowed from the music industry, where musicians move from job to job (gig to gig), employed for a particular performance or a defined time, with little more connection to the venue than to the fast food they’re eating for lunch.

GAO Issues Report on Contingent Workforce

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has issued a report on the contingent workforce, which examines the state of part-time workers, those employed by temporary staffing agencies and independent contractors in the workforce. The report uses data from a US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics survey of contingent workers called the Contingent Work Supplement (CWS) and other reliable sources. The report parses the data to reveal information specific to each category of contingent worker.
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