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“The Cost of Breaking a Nondisclosure Agreement: A Florida Case Study”

By Ryan Ellis | October 16, 2023

It’s not news that employees of a company must abide by the rules set forth in their employment contracts. However, it is important to note that when an employee breaches one or more of these contractual obligations, they may face serious consequences. The case of two former employees of a Florida provider of Autism treatment […]

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“Pay Hikes to Cool in 2024: What Every HR Professional Should Know”

By Ryan Ellis | October 9, 2023

The idea of budgeting for pay raises in 2024 is a hot topic of discussion for HR professionals around the world. With the tight labor market and inflationary pressures lingering, employers are looking to continue competitive pay hikes for employees in the coming year. That said, the aggressiveness of raises may be starting to cool, […]

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“Employee Unity: How to Combat Divisive Thinking in the Workplace”

By Ryan Ellis | October 2, 2023

In an industry that is constantly evolving, Randstad’s Chief Equity Officer, Audra Jenkins, has been a trailblazer in the staffing industry for over 25 years. Her commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion has earned her admiration from colleagues, peers, and leaders across the world. She is not just an inspiration, but a true embodiment of […]

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“Missouri Sets New Limits on Post-Employment Covenants”

By Ryan Ellis | September 11, 2023

Missouri Passes Bill Restricting Nonsolicitation Agreements Missouri lawmakers recently passed Senate Bill 103, which is designed to restrict the time and scope of covenants between a business entity and an “owner”. This bill is intended to limit the ability of businesses to make certain types of agreements with their owners, including nonsolicitation agreements. Nonsolicitation agreements […]

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“Home Improvement Retailer Stays Ahead of the Pack with Superior Customer Service”

By Ryan Ellis | September 4, 2023

As the labor market remains tight and competition for quality employees intensifies, Home Depot is investing billions of dollars to increase wages among its workforce. This is a bold move, and one that is sure to be applauded by employees and the professional Human Resources (HR) community alike. In a public statement, Home Depot Chairman […]

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