California Employers with Minor Employees Must Provide Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Training

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Oregon OSHA Adopts Temporary Rules, COVID-19 Employee Training Required

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Washington Sexual Harassment Training Required for Hotel, Retail, Security, and Property Services Employees Who Work Alone

In 2019, Washington State’s legislature passed legislation (SB5258) requiring hospitality employers to provide sexual harassment training to employees who work

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Michigan COVID-19 Workplace Training Requirements

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COVID-19 Training Citations Valid, Says MIOSHA after Supreme Court Strikes Down Executive Order

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Employers Fined by Cal/OSHA for Non-Compliant COVID-19 Training

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Federal Contractors Can Provide Unconscious Bias Training, Says OFCCP

Update: President Joe Biden signed an Executive Order on January 20, 2021, revoking Executive Order 13950, discussed below. Federal Contractors Can Provide

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COVID-19 Employee Training Payroll Tax Credit Legislation Pending

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Compliance Week: “Benefits of tele-investigating in the time of coronavirus'”

On March 6, the Wall Street Journal reported compliance officers and lawyers charged with conducting internal investigations and bribery risk assessments would

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Compliance Week: “10 takeaways from ‘Science of Workplace Investigations’”

A sales representative submits an astronomical expense report with some questionable “business-related” claims. An IT consultant comes forward with a

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SCCE Podcast with Clear Law CEO, Michael Johnson, on Investigative Interviewing

“What should I ask when interviewing someone as a part of an investigation? Where should I conduct the interview? How

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XpertHR Podcast with Clear Law CEO, Michael Johnson: How to Spot Deception

You may have seen on TV examples of interviews where you can easily tell the subject is lying. However, these

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