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April 13, 2021
Apply for a 2021 NAWLA Scholarship by May 7

The NAWLA 2021 Scholarship Program is open for applications! Again this year, qualified individuals will be selected to receive a $2,500 scholarship for use at a higher education institution program starting in the fall semester/quarter of 2021.

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March 31, 2021
Implications of Having Employees Work Out-of-State

Among the many changes to “business as usual” forced upon businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic is the reality of more employees working from home. Whether due to regulatory shutdowns or the requirement to self-quarantine or-isolate due to COVID-19 exposure or symptoms, many businesses have had to

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March 31, 2021
What Doesn’t Kill Your Business, Makes It Stronger

NAWLA had just wrapped up its Leadership Summit early last March when the significance of the COVID-19 outbreak slammed home. Attendees had no idea then, but that would be the last in-person industry gathering for the foreseeable future.

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March 25, 2021
Apply Now for the 2021 NAWLA Scholarship Program

NAWLA is excited to announce the launch of its 2021 Scholarship Program, and support the employees, and their children, of NAWLA member companies who are pursuing their higher education goals.

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February 25, 2021
Kicking Up Service During the Pandemic

I was making my way back from the NAWLA Leadership Summit 2020 in March of last year when the COVID-19 pandemic got real, at least for me. Ironically, many of us at the event were

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February 24, 2021
Managing Employees' Online Behavior

We have all read stories of someone’s unacceptable or illegal actions going viral and the public using social media to identify that person and where they work and live. While we normally think of social media as a personal pastime, social media can be a valuable resource for business purposes.

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February 24, 2021
Managing Employees' Online Behavior

We have all read stories of someone’s unacceptable or illegal actions going viral and the public using social media to identify that person and where they work and live. While we normally think of social media as a personal pastime, social media can be a valuable resource for business purposes.

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