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Laser Tag Outlets, Doggie Dude Ranches Vying for Teen Workers This Summer
If your company is looking to hire teens this summer, the competition just got pretty tough. 

Employees Want Help Deciding How Much to Save
Employees overwhelmingly favor their employers playing a larger role in helping them save for retirement, but plan sponsors voice reluctance to do so, a new study from financial services firm Northern Trust shows.

Court Rules Delayed 911 Call Willful Violation
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held May 4, 2015, that delaying an emergency 911 call while a worker was trapped in sand up to his waist in a storage bin is a willful violation, affirming a decision made by the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission.

Texas: Invitations to Lunch Do Not Constitute Sexual Harassment
An employee could not reasonably believe that lunch invitations by a company vice president constituted sexual harassment, the Texas Supreme Court held.

The Tax Risks of Frequent Business Travel
Businesses are going mobile. They are expanding their operations across borders requiring them to get people with the right skills in the right place at the right time. While long-term employee assignments have been the traditional way to accomplish this goal, companies are increasingly using frequent business travel to achieve their business objectives.

Handling Employment Authorization Document Delays
All workers employed in the United States must be able to present proper documents evidencing their identity and work authorization for purposes of completing the Form I-9. One such document is the Employment Authorization Document (EAD), which is issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to certain nonimmigrants.

4% of Home Health Agency Workers Have Criminal Past
Four percent of home health agency employees have at least one criminal conviction, according to a May 2015 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) report. And one employee included in the study had 13. 

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