20 09, 2021

Learning the secrets of persuasion

By |2021-09-14T11:44:26-04:00September 20th, 2021|Business|

The secret to succeeding in these persuasive endeavors is “classical rhetoric”—the art of selecting the most effective modes of persuasion, refined over centuries and relevant today, and using them in our effort to persuade. With its seeds in ancient Egypt, classical rhetoric developed and flourished in ancient Greece and Rome as demonstrated or taught by great advocates and scholars.

17 09, 2021

Dealing with employee fraud in the hybrid workplace

By |2021-09-14T11:36:50-04:00September 17th, 2021|Business|

With so many companies now embracing hybrid work environments, there’s an expanded need for reviewing any employee fraud controls that were put into place in 2020. In hindsight, organizations are realizing that these pandemic controls may have been hastily put into place, exposing some potential longer-term vulnerabilities.

17 09, 2021

‘Unfair’ noncompetes? Response beginning to form to Biden’s ‘competition’ order

By |2021-09-14T09:10:23-04:00September 17th, 2021|Business, Employment|

Beneath the innocuous title of Biden's July 9 executive order are 72 initiatives and directives involving more than a dozen federal agencies. As of now, there are not a lot of specifics, and only time will tell what form the revised regulations and other policy changes the Biden administration is urging will take, attorneys told Lawyers Weekly.

10 09, 2021

How employers can proceed now that a vaccine has full FDA approval

By |2021-09-07T10:46:24-04:00September 10th, 2021|Business, COVID-19, Employment|

Now that the FDA has removed the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) and fully approved the vaccine, the risk of legal exposure diminishes by the day. That begs questions: What do employers need to know about this recent development? Does this change prior decisions? And what steps need to be considered if an employer is deciding whether to impose a workplace vaccine mandate?

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