Employers, Be Aware of—but Don’t Worry about—the Fiduciary Rule’s June 9 Deadline


If you’ve had better things to do, you might only be vaguely aware that the new fiduciary rule becomes effective on June 9, 2017. We’ve written about this before (here and here), but a quick refresher might be helpful as the deadline looms.
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Hope For the Best, Prepare For the Worst: How to Effectively Manage the Perpetual Risk of Employee Loss


Inevitably, all businesses must deal with employee turnover and the departure of key employees.
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Salary History Becoming Latest Battleground in the Fight for Pay Equity


In the past few years, there has been a significant focus by lawmakers on closing the “gender gap” in the pay earned by men and women.
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Cyber Security Alert: May 12, 2017 RANSOMWARE Attack


Last Friday, May 12, 2017, a world-wide ransomware attack was launched using the WannaCrypt, a.k.a, WannaCry, ransomware program in “phishing” emails and through the EternalBlue network software exploit to infect Microsoft Windows systems.
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Sexual Orientation Discrimination Is Sex Discrimination in Employment, Seventh Circuit Says


The stage has been set for the Supreme Court to consider whether sexual orientation is protected sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (“Title VII”).
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