Monthly Archives: September 2014

What to Do before You Quit Your Job

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

While quitting your job may promise to be an exciting game changer, it is also a huge decision that should not be executed impulsively. Before you walk out the door of your current position, be sure you have taken the following steps: Know your company’s rules and regulations. Learn how your voluntary termination impacts… Read More »

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11th Circuit Update: Maritime Employment Agencies

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

Jurich, et. al. v. Compass Marine, Inc. (August 22, 2014) In Jurich, et al. v. Compass Marine, Inc. four seamen brought claims against their maritime employment agencies, which helped them to find their jobs as seaman, for portions of their wages. By way of background, when the seamen first engaged in the services of the employment agencies… Read More »

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NLRB Protects Facebook Posting

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

The overwhelming popularity of Facebook has meant that what was once “social” media has now spilled over into the professional world and now has legal implications related to employers and employees. Keeping abreast of rulings in this realm is critical for employers to ensure their practices are in line with case law. NLRB Protects… Read More »

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4 Innovative Trends in Employee Benefits

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

In today’s business environment, cash is not enough to recruit and retain quality employees. Providing an attractive employee benefits plan is also critical. The Society for Human Resource Management’s annual Employee Benefits Survey released in June found that employers are redirecting more of their spending toward wellness expenses such as health coaches, smoking cessation… Read More »

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