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    Utah Employment Laws

    Overview Basic Minimum Rate (per hour) Future Effective Date Premium Pay After Designated Hours Daily Weekly $5.85 $6.55 $7.25 07/24/2008 07/24/2009 (Same as Federal) (Same as Federal) More Info: The Utah state minimum wage law does not contain current dollar minimums. Instead the state law authorizes the adoption of the Federal minimum wage rate via administrative action. The State law excludes ...
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    Vermont Employment Laws

    Overview Applies to: Basic Minimum Rate (per hour) Premium Pay After Designated Hours Daily Weekly (Applicable to employers of two or more employees) $7.68 (Same as Federal) 40 More Info: The State overtime pay provision has very limited application because it exempts numerous types of establishments, such as retail and service; seasonal amusement/recreation; hotels, motels, restaurants; and transportation employees to whom ...
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    Washington Employment Laws

    Overview Basic Minimum Rate (per hour) Premium Pay After Designated Hours Daily Weekly $8.07 (Same as Federal) 40 More Info: Premium pay not applicable to employees who request compensating time off in lieu of premium pay. Beginning January 1, 2001, and annually thereafter, the rate will be adjusted for inflation by a calculation using the consumer price index for urban wage ...
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    West Virginia Employment Laws

    Overview Applies to: Basic Minimum Rate (per hour) Future Effective Date Premium Pay After Designated Hours Daily Weekly (Applicable to employers of 6 or more employees at one location)   $6.55 $7.25   07/01/2008 (Same as Federal) 40 External Links West Virginia Department of Labor Website: http://www.wvlabor.org/
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    Wisconsin Employment Laws

    Overview Basic Minimum Rate (per hour) Premium Pay After Designated Hours Daily Weekly $6.50 (Same as Federal) 40 External Links New York Department of Labor Website: http://www.dwd.state.wi.us/
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    Wyoming Employment Laws

    Overview Basic Minimum Rate (per hour) Premium Pay After Designated Hours Daily Weekly $5.15 (Same as Federal) (Same as Federal) External Links Wyoming Department of Labor Website: http://wydoe.state.wy.us/doe.asp?id=3
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    State Guides

    • *Alabama* • *Alaska* • *Arizona* • *Arkansas* • *California* • *Colorado* • *Connecticut* • *Delaware* • *District of Columbia* • *Florida* • *Georgia* • *Hawai'i* • *Idaho* • *Illinois* • *Indiana* • *Iowa* • *Kansas* • *Kentucky* • *Louisiana* • *Maine* • *Maryland* • *Massachusetts* • *Michigan* • *Minnesota* • *Mississippi* • *Missouri* • *Montana* • *Nebraska* • *Nevada* ...
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    How to Manage a Global Office

    How to Manage a Global Office
    Undercover Boss has become a new hit show, largely because it demonstrates the value of a basic management principle, first proposed by Peters and Waterman known as “managing by walking around”. But today’s global business world taxes a manager’s ability to apply this principle. Most of us don’t have corporate jets to fly us all over our company but it is ...
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    How to Interview Candidates, Part 2: The Interview and Beyond

    How to Interview Candidates, Part 2: The Interview and Beyond
    Your preparation for the interview (discussed in "Part 1":http://hrpeople.monster.com/training/articles/26-how-to-interview-candidates-part-1-preparation of this series) has equipped you with a number of questions that will help you get to know and evaluate candidates. But there's plenty more to do before, during and after the interview to ensure your success. Follow these tips: h3. Before the Interview [widget:newscareer_advancement] h4. Put candidates at ease: Interviewing ...
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    How to Interview Candidates, Part 3: Keeping It Legal

    How to Interview Candidates, Part 3: Keeping It Legal
    Fair hiring laws were enacted to give every candidate a fair shake in the interview and selection process. Yet more than 40 years after the first of these guidelines became law, job candidates today still are asked questions that are illegal, insulting, and irrelevant to job performance. The keys to eradicating this kind of behavior are ongoing education and consistent interviewing ...
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    Disciplinary Action Form

    This Disciplinary Action form is used by an employer to document a warning to an employee for his or her unsatisfactory performance. It details the shortcomings and clearly states consequences for non improvement or recurrence. It is signed by both the employer and the employee being warned. Disciplinary Action Form [gate] Date: ____________________ Name: _________________________________ Dept.: __________________________________ Disciplinary Action: Verbal__Written__Written & ...
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    Employee Separation Form

    This Employee Separation form is used to document a terminating employee’s name and identification details, reason(s) for terminating, and effective date. It also documents the appointment details of a confidential Exit Interview scheduled with a representative of the Human Resources. It serves as a checklist for termination of other HR and payroll benefits and deductions. Employee Separation Date: __________________ Employee: ______________________________________ ...
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    Job Analysis Form

    This Job Analysis Information Sheet form is used to define a job within your company. It documents the purpose of the job, whom the supervisor will be, the job duties, the education level required for the position, the experience required, location of the job, environmental conditions, health and safety conditions, as well as the machines, tools, and work aids that the ...
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    Job Posting Form

    This Job Posting form is used to announce and post an open employment position within an establishment. It states the position, date of opening, grade/level, type of position (new/replacement), description of the work, educational experience required, and the salary. Job Posting Form Position Open (title):___________________________________________ Date: _______________ Grade/Level: _________________________________________________ Reason for Opening (check one):    New position      Replacement If new position, ...
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    Enforcing Company Policies

    Enforcing Company Policies
    A reader writes: I recently started managing a department of approximately 15-20 people. I have found that there are a lot of rules and procedures in place but most are not being enforced. Obviously I've started to have all of these rules enforced or adjusted so what we are telling people to do matches what our written policies state. The problem ...
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    HRPeople Member Websites

    This listing is for HRPeople members who run and maintain their own personal websites. - Want to get linked? Email: info@hrpeople.com for more information. - See your link here? Make sure to add a link to HRPeople on your site. • Document Management Systems • Privateer Resources Philippines • Talent Junction: Blogging Ideas for Human Resources • JNT Consulting • Anchor ...
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    Be Disloyal to Your Employees

    Be Disloyal to Your Employees
    Are you loyal to your employees? If so, stop it. The New York Times recently published an article on Goldman Sachs. Call them pariahs or financial wizards, the 35,000 employee Wall Street firm is a money-making machine. And becoming a partner is, as the Times put it, "the equivalent of winning the lottery." The problem is, unlike most firms with a ...
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    Disability-Related Questions You Can and Cannot Ask

    Examples of Permissible/Impermissible Disability-Related Questions You Can and Cannot Ask Diabetes — An individual with diabetes applying for a receptionist position voluntarily discloses that she will need periodic breaks to take medication. The employer may ask the applicant questions about the reasonable accommodation such as how often she will need breaks, and how long the breaks must be. Of course, the ...
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    Benefits of the Future - Employer Perspective

    Benefits of the Future - Employer Perspective
    The U.S. workforce is in transition. Over the next 25 years, as the Baby Boomer population faces retirement, new generations will be taking the helm of the workforce. This transfer will create a vacuum in the availability of workers, as the larger Boomer population is replaced by smaller successive generations. With the growth in the workforce expected to slow or remain ...
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    Five Reasons Leaders Lose Credibility

    Five Reasons Leaders Lose Credibility
    According to the American Heritage Dictionary, credible means: "1. Capable of being believed; plausible. 2. Worthy of confidence; reliable." For our purposes, we'll define credibility as "how believable you are to others." James Kouzes, author of _Credibility: How Leaders Gain and Lose It, Why People Demand It,_ says, "Credibility is the foundation of leadership. If people don't believe in the messenger, ...
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Poll: How do you feel about crying at work?

Poll: How do you feel about crying at work?