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Disability Leave

Are you comfortable dealing with your employees who have disabilities? How should you respond when an employee with a disability needs extra leave? The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) isn’t all that complicated, and Giving your employees disability leave is not only easy, but beneficial to your business in the long run.

Dress Code

Does your company have a dress code? Does it do what you need it to do? There are several options and a great deal of flexibility when determining the best dress code for your organization and the culture you are trying to create. Read on for help!

Drug-free Workplace

Of course you want your employees and workplace to be drug-free, and your employee handbook should present your expectations and policies around drug use. But companies who contract with federal agencies are legally bound to comply with the Drug-free Workplace Act of 1988. Read on to learn how to do so.

Direct Reports

Growth in your company is exciting! Nevertheless, with growth comes the question of organizing your talent effectively, including who will get direct reports. Read on to learn more about direct reports, who will have direct reports and best methods to manage direct reports.
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Drug Test Consent Form

Alcohol and drug use by employees and on company property can spell trouble for your business. Many employers use testing to limit the negative impact illegal drugs and alcohol can have on their business and to ensure the safety of their employees and clients.

Before you wade into the testing waters, there is a lot to consider when it comes to testing requirements and consent. This article covers the when, why, and how of drug test consent forms.
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Direct Deposit Authorization Form

Receiving paychecks quickly, automatically and digitally is very important to employees today. Employers need to ensure they have that option available for new hires, as well as a method to collect all the necessary information from employees in a direct deposit authorization form upon hire.

So what is a direct deposit authorization form? What should it include? And how do you go from receiving a filled out form to directly depositing employee paychecks into their bank accounts?
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