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Have you ever been involved in the creation of or announcement of a big corporate initiative and thought "Yeah Right….THAT will never happen"? We all have, in some capacity, and have either rolled our eyes or witnessed it around the room.  Even the most productive, creative, and strategic business planning sessions can leave an organization… (Show more)
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On June 7th, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta rescinded two administrator interpretations originally put in place by the Obama Administration.    Regarded as a victory for many businesses, one rescission withdraws the prior administration’s interpretive guidance which put more employees under FLSA protection when classifying a worker as an… (Show more)
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When leading a team, body language as simple as eye contact or the crossing of the arms can convey a significant positive -- or negative -- message to employees.  There are two sets of signals a business leader can communicate using just their body language.  The first type of signal translates the leader’s status and authority.  The second type… (Show more)
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From Guest Contributor Jenny Sweet, Attorney at Soule Employment Law Firm, Service Provider for CAI's Pre-Paid Legal Services Plan As a part of your membership dues, CAI members now receive employment law advice from experienced attorneys. Services are provided by independent, local, licensed NC attorneys assigned to serve CAI members in… (Show more)
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In our course Leveraging Your Emotional Intelligence, we discuss the impact that facial expressions and posture have on communication.  We know that over 55% of the message carried in a face-to-face conversation is through body language.  So, how well do each of us interpret others' feelings on a day-to-day basis?  We use a great quiz to… (Show more)
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Recently, the EEOC implemented a new tool that would allow employees to electronically submit a discrimination or harassment claim and request an in-person interview (those employees that live or work within 100 miles of their district office).  In March 2017, the Charlotte district office began to pilot this process. Currently, the EEOC receives… (Show more)
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When employees exit an organization, most employers will conduct an exit interview. The intent of that exchange is to gather information from the individual about the “whys” related to his decision to leave the company. Most often the exit questionnaire is centered around issues of benefits, training, opportunities for growth, corporate culture,… (Show more)
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From Guest Contributor Jenny Sweet, Attorney at Soule Employment Law Firm, Service Provider for CAI's Pre-Paid Legal Services Plan. As a part of your membership dues, CAI members now receive employment law advice from experienced attorneys. Services are provided by independent, local, licensed NC attorneys assigned to serve CAI members in an… (Show more)
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From Guest Contributor Jenny Sweet, Attorney at Soule Employment Law Firm, Service Provider for CAI's Pre-Paid Legal Services Plan. As a part of your membership dues, CAI members now receive employment law advice from experienced attorneys. Services are provided by independent, local, licensed NC attorneys assigned to serve CAI members in an… (Show more)
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On March 1, 2017 two bills were filed under the name "Economic Security Act of 2017."  Bill numbers are H238 and S174 and were sponsored by six Democrats in the Senate and 14 Democrats in the House.  The primary bill sponsors are Senator Terry Van Duyn of District 49 (Buncombe) and Representative Yvonne Lewis Holley of District 38 (Wake). The… (Show more)
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