Monthly Archives: June 2018

Worker

Tips for Conducting a Workplace Investigation

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

If you are an employer who recently received a complaint from an employee concerning employment discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace, it is important to know how to conduct a lawful and effective workplace investigation. In order to prevent lawsuits and to protect against vicarious liability claims, Florida employers need to consider the… Read More »

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Law

Supervisor Liability: When a Supervisor’s Actions Expose Employers to Lawsuit

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

With the prevalence of claims against harassers as part of the #metoo movement, this is an excellent time for employers to review their policies and procedures as they relate to reporting harassment and handling complaints of harassment. A common misconception by many Florida employers is that they are not responsible for the actions of… Read More »

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Why Job Descriptions are Important for Your Employees

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

So, you have a Handbook in place and employees who know what is expected of them in their job – why do you need job descriptions? Under Florida law, job descriptions are not legally required, but existence of job descriptions can provide valuable legal protections to an employer – and make sure employees understand… Read More »

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Do I Need a Human Resources Manager or Director for My Company?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

As your Florida business grows, many business owners may find the majority of their time being devoted to handling employee matters – rather than focusing on the business itself. If this sounds like your situation, it may be time to consider hiring a Human Resources (“HR”) Manager or Director. Is There a “Magic Number”… Read More »

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