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When Expressing Thanks, Think Outside the Food Basket


Posted: Nov 23, 2010


Is it really any wonder Americans struggle with obesity?  Just look at Thanksgiving -- this uniquely American holiday has become more about food and feasting than about giving thanks. Thanksgiving and the holiday season, however, provide us the perfect opportunity...

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When Expressing Thanks, Think Outside the Food Basket

Business and HR Links of the Week 11/19/10


Posted: Nov 19, 2010


November brings about thoughts of things we're thankful to have or know. This week our G&A partners link round-up highlights pivotal moments in careers and questions surrounding them: Bill Clinton’s in the Hangover 2, and that makes Mirsa Keegan at Fistful of...

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Business and HR Links of the Week 11/19/10

Legislative Amendment to Grandfathered Status


Posted: Nov 18, 2010


On November 15, the Departments of Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services jointly announced an amendment to the original “grandfather” regulations that were published last June under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) concerning how...

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Legislative Amendment to Grandfathered Status

OSHA Summary Logs Must Be Posted By Year End


Posted: Nov 16, 2010


Meets or exceeds OSHA standards Most employers with 11 or more workers, including part-time, temporary, or seasonal employees, at any establishment at any time during the year must prepare and maintain records of all occupational fatalities, injuries, and...

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OSHA Summary Logs Must Be Posted By Year End

Cough Up More For Benefits


Posted: Nov 02, 2010


Aon Hewitt recently surveyed 350 large employers nationwide, including 99 with offices in Houston. They found that the average cost of health  insurance for a Houston employee will go up $4,946 a year, or 12% over last year. The average cost for their employer will...

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Cough Up More For Benefits

Business and HR Links of the Week 10/29/10


Posted: Oct 29, 2010


We’re wrapping up October’s G&A Partners weekly link series.  This week we’re reading about characters (appropriately!) as it takes all kinds for the success of a business: In HR Observations, Michael Haberman talks about why running a “Mickey Mouse...

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Business and HR Links of the Week 10/29/10

A Frightening Employee Termination Story


Posted: Oct 26, 2010


  Last week I was contacted by a client to conduct an investigation into a complaint of sexual harassment. I began my investigation the very next day. I interviewed the accused, the complainant, and the witnesses named as having direct eyewitness...

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A Frightening Employee Termination Story

HR Hiring Horror Stories (Chapter 3)


Posted: Oct 26, 2010


The full moon rises and you look across the disturbingly serene cornfield watching the spooky figure stride towards you for their highly dreaded employee review. Welcome back to the final installment of... HR Hiring Horror Stories... Not all scary things go bump...

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HR Hiring Horror Stories (Chapter 3)

Poor Workplace Compliance Produces Serious Consequences


Posted: Oct 24, 2010


If you ever watch NBC’s The Office, you can’t help but laugh at the managerial missteps of Dunder-Mifflin’s top branch manager, Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell. And even the most dedicated human resource professionals have to giggle at Toby, the downtrodden...

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Poor Workplace Compliance Produces Serious Consequences

Business and HR Links of the Week 10/22/10


Posted: Oct 22, 2010


Just as age-old family discussions lie ahead for the holidays. G&A Partners is looking into those long-standing, unresolved work issues this  week in our reading: Tired of hearing about social media? It’s here to stay and Kristen Frasch discusses how it’s...

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Business and HR Links of the Week 10/22/10

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