Part Three of this three-part series on employment investigations for religious organizations addresses how to best handle the wrap-up of an investigation, including reporting the findings and taking remedial action.
Has your business been functioning on unwritten rules? Do you need a formal employee handbook? Part One of this series on employee handbooks explores this topic.
Part Two of this three-part series on employment investigations for religious organizations presents tips and best practices for conducting the investigation, highlighting how to avoid some pitfalls.
How will the laws passed during the 2017 Colorado Legislative Session impact your business? Learn more about the laws that may be of interest to Colorado employers in this overview.
Running certain background checks when hiring an employee may be subject to the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act. Learn more in this informative post about how to comply with the FCRA.
Part One of this three-part series on employment investigations for religious organizations introduces the importance of these investigations and how to develop a framework for conducting them.
Are you asking a candidate “illegal” questions in a job interview? This post explores some of the common problem questions to avoid and suggests tips for keeping the hiring process legal and safe for all.
Dr. John Mrazek begins a guest series sharing the reasons why he believes churches should have executive pastors.
This post addresses why organizations should consider using background checks and what to look for in a service provider for your screening.
While the 7th Circuit was making headlines, other circuits went the other way on sexual orientation discrimination under Title VII. This post explores the circuit split and what is on the horizon going forward.
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