Monthly Archives: February 2011

Relocation Announcement

Site Selection magazine is reporting that their subcribers have reported a number of expansion and new locations over the past several months. A full list of these projects can be found at http://www.siteselection.com/impact/link_impact.cfm?c=%5BID%5D… Continue reading

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Planning on sitting for the 2011 CRP Exam

Daniel Bloom & Associates, Inc is offering its 21st annual review class for the 2011 Certified Relocation Professional exam on May 15-17 in Las Vegas at the Caesar’s Palace. Attended by nearly 1000 professionals since its inception, this three day… Continue reading

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We need to take time and smell the roses

Warren Buffet when asked about the way things work is quoted as telling the following parable. “Let’s say that it was 24 hours before you were born, and a genie appeared and said, ‘What I’m going to do is let you set the rules of the society into … Continue reading

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Common Sense or Rule of Law

Before I left this morning to conduct a breakout session at the North Central Florida SHRM chapter’s expo, I saw a news piece on the television in which a young girl was sent home from school because she violated a school dress code requirement th… Continue reading

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Can I require call ins from Employee’s on Leave?

From the Jackson Lewis Law Firm: Company Call-in Policy Upheld, No Interference with Employee’s FMLA Rights Date: 2.8.2011 An employer did not interfere with its employee???s rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act by firing her for violating … Continue reading

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Be careful what you do!

Green Bay Dressed Beef LLC and OFCCP Settle Gender Discrimination CaseOn February 3, 2011, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)???s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced that Federal contractor Green Bay Dressed Beef LLC (Gr… Continue reading

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National Labor Relations Board announces settlement in social media case

Settlement reached in case involving discharge for Facebook comments A settlement has been reached in a case involving the discharge of a Connecticut ambulance service employee for posting negative comments about a supervisor on her Facebook page…. Continue reading

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