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Hiring for Culture of the Company | What You Need to Know Before Your Next Hire

Tips on Hiring For Culture Protection There is no secret about the importance of hiring for company culture.  Every business has a culture.  Culture is generally defined as the customs, beliefs and values of a particular group of people.  Some cultures are developed by accident while others are developed with intention.  Typically, we all like to be in an environment with like-minded people when it comes to culture.  There is …Read More

What Are Your Risks with Employees Bringing Their Own Electronic Devices for Work | BYOD

You may have heard of the idea of “Bring Your Own Device to Work” (BYOD) and wondered what it means, or, you may have not thought too much about it.  As is always the case as it seems, almost any activity which employees engage, could have an impact on the employer.  Thus, employers need to be aware of this idea and decide how to address.  The question is does it …Read More

Podcast: Documentation in Employee Files

“Documentation in Employee Files” includes a discussion about keeping good employment records.  What documentation should you have for your employees?  What documentation should not be kept?  How long do you need to keep the records?  These topics and others are discussed during our webinar. Presented by James Vann & Jim Beck Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Webinar: Documentation in Employee Files

Tuesday, December 10, 2013 from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m. Vann Attorneys Webinar: Documentation in Employee Files As an Employer, keeping good employment records is a must.  What documentation should you have for your employees?  What documentation should not be kept?  How long do you need to keep the records?  These topics and others will be discussed during our webinar.  If you have a specific issue or question you would like to …Read More

A Question Employers Can No Longer Ask

Effective, December 1, 2013, North Carolina Employers will no longer be allowed to ask potential employees about arrests, criminal charges, or convictions that have been expunged. A recent law which was passed by the North Carolina General Assembly prohibits questions regarding expunged matters both on applications and during interviews. What are expunged matters or records? Expunged records or matters generally include criminal charges which are destroyed or sealed from the …Read More

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