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Recent Data Breach Increases Risk Of A Convincing Social Engineering Scam

Cybercriminals claim to have stolen the personal financial data of more than half a billion Ticketmaster customers. Learn about the risk.

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Colorado Regulates AI-Consumer Interactions: How Will This Impact Employers?

As artificial intelligence plays a larger role in everyday life, states are stepping in to regulate.

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Sharp Uptick In Botnet And Ransomware Activity: Prevention Steps You Can Take Now

A recent report shows a large increase in certain botnet and ransomware programs, accounting for the biggest increase in this activity. We examine this trend.

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Adware Is More Than A Nuisance And Accounts For More Than Half Of Malware Detections

At one time, adware was merely annoying; now it can be a major threat to your network.

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Do You Think That LGBTQ+ Employees Are Supported? You Make The Call

According to one survey, LGBTQ+ employees may hesitate to work where they are not supported and protected. Are LGBTQ+ employees being protected? You make the call.

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Ask Leslie: How Should I Address The New Rule On Overtime Exemptions?

An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. about the new Final Rule on overtime exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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Are Your Employees Quiet Vacationing? You Make The Call

Workers, afraid that using their PTO will affect their job security, are instead "quiet vacationing." Are your employees quiet vacationing? You make the call and join the conversation.

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Ask Leslie: Should I Rehire An Employee Who Quit Because Of Injuries?

An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. if she should rehire an employee who quit. The answer, as always, depends on the facts of the situation.

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Nuclear Verdicts Are Mushrooming: What Does That Mean For Employers?

A recent study explores the increase in catastrophic verdicts. The RiskTrends™ team looks at the data and provides insight.

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