New U.S. Department of Labor Guidance on FMLA Leave and Mental Health Reminds Employers about an Employee’s Right to Care for a Disabled Adult Child

By Michael L. Dodd, Partner and PIA Association Counsel, Ferrara Fiorenza PC An employee comes to you and asks for leave to care for her 26-year-old daughter who is mentally…

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Paper Supply Chain: A Deeper Look at our October PIPI Data, and the BIG Takeaway

By Dr. Ralph Williams Jr., Associate Professor of Management, Jones College of Business, Middle Tennessee State University and Dr. Richard Tarpey, Assistant Professor of Management, Jones College of Business, Middle…

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Reduce Administrative Burden for Employers Who Provide Health Insurance

By Andrew F. Biernat, Vice President/Strategic Business Advisor, Gilroy Kernan & Gilroy While rising healthcare costs pose challenges for many employers across the nation, another onerous problem exists that gets…

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Recruitment, Retention White Paper – Solutions: Printing Apprenticeships

By Patrick Henry, Liberty or Death Communications Solutions: Printing Apprenticeships – Part 2 of the White Paper: Recruitment, Retention, and Pathways to Employment in the Printing Industry Solutions: Printing Apprenticeships…

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