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How you handle policy violation discussions with workers matters

No matter how careful you try to be when picking only the most responsible and honest employees, there's always someone who will try to bend the rules. It's that one worker that engages in misconduct that leaves you questioning whether you should reassess your hiring practices. Since having to take disciplinary action for policy violations doesn't happen all the time, you may be unsure what to do when the time comes to have to.

The responsibilities of an employer for an injured worker's claim

No matter what type of company you operate, you have a duty to your employees to keep them safe on the job. Even if your company does not perform dangerous tasks or services, it's still possible for your employees to be injured at work. Let's take a look at the responsibilities of an employer when an employee files an injured worker claim in Cincinnati.

Tips for preventing employment discrimination

Employers are required to do everything possible to prevent employment discrimination from the minute they declare they are operational. When employers discriminate against their employees for whatever reason they can face lawsuits from employees and from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Here are some tips for preventing employment discrimination in Cincinnati.

Who is eligible to file workers' compensation claims?

When you suffer an injury at work, it can range from something minor, requiring only a single visit to the doctor to make sure that you're okay, or it can be particularly debilitating one that requires surgery and ongoing rehabilitation. Some workplace injuries can be so severe that they leave you permanently disabled or even dead.

What do employers need to know about sexual harassment?

It's every Cincinnati employer's legal responsibility to do everything they can to prevent workplace sexual harassment. When drafting workplace policies, creating sexual harassment education materials and enforcing these policies, here are a few things that employers should consider:

How do you protect your company from a disgruntled ex-employee?

Firing an employee isn't usually an easy or pleasant task. You're probably careful to document everything because you understand the risks that your company can face from a lawsuit if the employee decides that you fired him or her because of discrimination and not due to his or her own inept or inexcusable behavior.

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