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Hurricane Matthew... Strongest Storm In A Decade!

Posted by Stacy Prewitt on October 07, 2016

Courthouses, Employers and Educational institutions are being evacuated as we type. 
Information from Florida, Georgia as well as other Southeastern states may experience delays.

We will contunue to update you as more information becomes available.

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Topics: Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Background Checks, Florida, fema

Georgia Teacher Termination Unemployment Insurance Questions

Posted by admin on June 07, 2013

Companies need to understand how unemployment insurance works when they terminate an employee so they don't find themselves in the middle of a major lawsuit. The terms of unemployment insurance are not always clear and complicated cases can arise. However, if businesses are able to communicate the rules and regulations to their employers, they may not see as many problems in the future. A few cases have come about in which former employees were denied unemployment insurance and felt as though they were dealt with unlawfully.

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Topics: Georgia, Unemployment

More states expand background checks on teachers, childcare workers

Posted by admin on March 19, 2013

Jobs that require workers to be in constant contact with children are deemed to be safety-sensitive. Two states are reinforcing the sentiment that background checks are important when filling these positions, as local lawmakers look to pass legislation that would bolster screening requirements.

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Topics: Iowa, Georgia, HR Compliance

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