Reevaluating your workplace Drug Testing policy

Excerpted from a Forbes Article by Clarissa Windham-Bradstock As if the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t enough to deal with, drug overdoses are ramping up, and yes, this recent trend has the potential to touch all of our workplaces. The National Institutes of Health reports that opioid use disorder (OUD) and opioid addiction are now at epidemic […]

Montana state hospital worker bypassed background check by using different name

Excerpted from an article in The Independent by Seaborn Larson A former employee at the Montana state-run psychiatric hospital used a different name on her job application, meaning a background check that should have raised a red flag on her employment history didn’t, according to the state health department. The facility’s “inadvertent” employment of Larissa […]

Helping a good employee who hits a rough patch

Excerpted from THE SHRM Blog By Eva Del Rio, SPHR One of our employees, who has been a steady, solid performer the last two years, suddenly erupted in anger at one of our clients during a company event. Granted, the client is difficult, and the event had all of us stressed out, but that’s no […]