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Recent Articles & Resources

In a guest post by Scott Brawner, he lists several signs to look for when gauging whether to stay or to go when things get heated in another country– particularly as it relates to recent events in Nicaragua. 

While disclosures and discovery can be a burden on small firms, software like Adobe Acrobat Pro can save time and help you get the case organized for trial.

In this guest article by Dusty Rhodes, he examines projections about future support for nonprofits in 2018 and beyond. Most experts are predicting less giving overall—the debate is primarily “how much less.”

What should an organization say after someone is fired for sexual harassment or misconduct—within the organization, to outsiders, or to future employers?

If an employee has a mental health-related disability, when and how can an employer require medical examinations and how should the employer approach this problem? A recent case gives some insight.

How much vacation time is standard, and what is legally required? What are vacation time traps to avoid? Learn more in this post on Colorado’s laws.

This post highlights what has happened with the FLSA Overtime Rule since the court stopped the DOL from implementing the rule back in November 2016.

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.

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.

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.