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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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January 29, 2021
AGAINST THE GRAIN: SPECIAL EDITION (JANUARY 27, 2021)

First off, I’d like to welcome each of you to a new year with NAWLA, and thank you for everything you’ve done for our association and industry over the past year.

It goes without saying that 2020 was wild. But NAWLA successfully weathered this past yea

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January 28, 2021
A Positive 2021 Outlook

At the end of 2020, I had the privilege of moderating a virtual panel discussion with industry-leading executives for NAWLA Exchange, and hearing their lessons

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January 27, 2021
Mandating COVID Vaccinations

As 2020 drew to a close, we started fielding questions from clients about whether they could require employees to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment.  These questions were sparked by the initial roll out of vaccinations for front line health care workers and nursing home resident

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December 21, 2020
AN UPDATE FROM NAW GOVERNMENT RELATIONS TEAM - 12.21

After months of failed negotiations, the House/Senate/White House agreed on a COVID-19 relief bill late last night.  The House and Senate are both expected to pass the bill today—into the early morning hours if necessary—and White House officials last evening indic

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