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The Risks of Unpaid Leave and the FMLA

As the saying goes, no good deed goes unpunished. That is especially true in the employment law context. In an effort to retain valued employees or just do the right thing, employers often extend unpaid leave to employees and inadvertently create a sense of entitlement.
Restrict Internal Access to Personal Data, FTC Urges
The importance of restricting internal access to personal information was the subject of a recent blog post by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The FTC, which exercises data privacy and security enforcement authority over all for-profit companies, identified specific organizational do's and don'ts for preventing the compromise of employee or consumer data.
Tips on Engaging Millennial and Generation Z New Hires in the Onboarding Process
What types of challenges are employers facing when it comes to engaging Millennial and Generation Z new hires in the onboarding process? These younger generations of new hires have grown up in a digital world, and that is presenting new challenges for employers in terms of engaging new hires in the onboarding process and retaining them for the long term, says Doug Stephen, senior vice president of CGS's Learning Group.
Increase Training Effectiveness with a Flipped Classroom Training Strategy
What exactly are flipped classrooms and how can a flipped classroom training strategy increase training effectiveness within your organization? The concept of the flipped classroom originated in the education sector.