November 20, 2019
Steps To Take To Prevent Employee Credit Card Fraud
How can employers prevent unauthorized company credit card purchases? Read how to reduce your risk of fraud. Read more...
Are You Considering Shortening Your Employees' Commutes? You Make The Call
Employees are looking to work closer to home, yet less than half of offices are near employees' houses. How should businesses address the issue? You make the call. Read more...
How The New Overtime Rule Will Increase Retaliation Risks For Employers
A new DOL rule, effective January 1, 2020, will affect 1.3 million employees. In a RiskTrends™ podcast, Jack McCalmon explains the new rule and the employment practice consequences. Read more...
Ask Leslie: Do We Really Have To Investigate Every Report Of Sexual Harassment?
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. if every report of sexual harassment must be investigated, no matter how trivial it seems. Learn the answer and why. Read more...
Cybercriminals Target Seniors: What Employers Should Know
With cybercriminals stealing $40 billion annually from seniors, everyone needs to know how to protect themselves and the older adults they know. We examine.read more
Drive-By Downloads: A New Way For Malware To Infect Your Phone Or Computer
Some malware requires no action on your part to infect your device. Learn how to protect yourself from this type of attack.read more
Worm Risks Highlight The Need For Fast Patching
A million computers remain vulnerable to the BlueKeep flaw, even though Microsoft released a patch. Read why you must keep devices updated, and what can happen if you don't.read more