Changes to Medical Marijuana Laws and What Employers are Doing About It

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Changes to Medical Marijuana Laws and What Employers are Doing About It

Despite ongoing delays in getting Ohio’s medical marijuana program up and fully functioning, the question of what the introduction/implementation of medical marijuana laws in 26 states requires of employers has loomed large in HR departments across the country. ERC recently conducted a brief poll in order to get a pulse on what steps employers are really taking, or not taking, to adjust their organization’s drug policies under these laws.
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10 Crucial Skills for Supervisors to Hone

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The 10 Crucial Skills for Supervisors to Have

Editor's note: This article was originally published in February 2016 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

Supervising and managing a group of employees who all have different personalities, skill sets and who may or may not interact well with each other is no easy task. New supervisors are no longer solely responsible for their own results and performance. Instead, they must now facilitate results and success through their employees. One of a supervisor’s main roles is to establish goals and lead a team of people to achieve them.

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Employment Law News: Unions and Part-Time Work Under the ADA

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Below, Tara Motheral, HR Advisor at ERC, discusses two recent cases, including what happened in each case and what the key takeaway is for each case that may impact your business:

First case discussed:

Rizo v. Yovino, No. 16-15372, (9th Cir. April 9, 2018). Click here to read the full case.

Second case discussed: 

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes, Inc.,  No. 16-2424, 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 5720 (6th Cir. Mar. 7, 2018) Click here to read the full case. 


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Employment Law News: Gender Pay Gap, Transgender Discrimination, and Telecommuting

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With everchanging political and legislative landscapes, it's important for employers to know and understand the trends that have the potential to impact their business. At ERC, we like to keep informed on legislation and rulings from around the country that may influence how you approach your handbooks, strategies, and even company culture.

Below, Tara Motheral, HR Advisor at ERC, discusses three recent cases, including what happened in each case and what the key takeaway is for each case that may impact your business:


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Should You Still Be Asking Candidates for Their Salary History?

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This scenario may sound familiar—you are anxiously searching for a new position and filling out an online job application for your dream role, when a required question appears: ‘What is your current salary?’. Or worse, you are at an in-person interview that seems to be going great when an interviewer asks you what you currently earn.
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Employment Laws to Watch in 2017

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Employment Laws to Watch in 2017

With a change in administration just around the corner, President-Elect Trump’s priorities are starting to take shape. What can we anticipate for 2017? It is still too early to forecast what the upcoming year will bring, but here are five employment areas to keep your eye on in the months ahead.
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