On July 6, 2015, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a proposed rulemaking altering the federal overtime pay requirements under … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Jennifer Ortega – Overtime: Substance and Advocacy
According to the Gallup organization, only 3 out of 10 American workers are engaged at work. How can this possibly … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Bob Lavigna- Only 30 percent of our employees are fully engaged?
The District of Columbia Council is considering legislation that would provide every full-time and part-time employee in the District with … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Eric Paltell- D.C. Council Considering Law Requiring 16 Weeks of Paid Family & Medical Leave
The crisis you never expected suddenly strikes. Five hungry reporters are outside your door, demanding answers. Another dozen have phoned in the past 15 minutes wanting to know what happened and why? How will your organization react, and who will do what?
That, in a nutshell, is the problem facing many companies and organizations every day. You need only scan daily news reports to realize that your crisis could be just around the corner. Continue reading Guest Blogger: Anthony Huey- “Communicating in a Crisis”
By this time you probably know that NPELRA has gone social. With the ability to publish information instantly, our association … Continue reading Help! I Have a Facebook!
I’m Going Because… Reason #1 “I am new to the public sector. While the HR laws are generally the same … Continue reading Annual Training Conference Speakers and Sessions
Our specialized three day conference only happens once a year. Join us in Memphis, the land of Rock N Roll, … Continue reading Memphis registration now available!