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Ways to Avoid COBRA Litigation

Litigation related to COBRA notices has surged in recent years and shows no signs of abating. Numerous organizations are now grappling with legal challenges from former employees who allege that discrepancies in COBRA notice details influenced their enrollment decisions. What is COBRA? The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) is a set of regulations established […]

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Why Your Client Should Have an Active Role in Mediation

When gearing up for mediation, it’s crucial for attorneys to assess the valuable contributions their clients can make when actively participating in the process. Negotiation skills vary among individuals, including both clients and lawyers. In the context of this discussion, the focus is on clients. Some individuals dislike negotiating altogether, wishing life were as straightforward […]

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Employer Considerations for Hybrid Work Schedules

Hybrid work arrangements are on the rise in the United States. Preliminary studies suggest that companies adopting hybrid work models may experience improved employee retention compared to their counterparts, and the evidence indicates that numerous employers are actively embracing this trend. The Hybrid Work Schedule Trend Employees now spend an average of 2 days in […]

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A Few Things to Remember about Employee Record Retention

Employers are obligated to maintain employee records and documentation for specific durations, depending on the nature of the documentation. This comprehensive guide outlines the necessary details to ensure compliance within your organization. Retention of Form I-9 and Employment Records To begin, Form I-9, validating an employee’s legal authorization to work in the United States, must […]

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