Nine out of 10 businesses experienced at least one hacking incident in the past year, marking a 21% increase from 2015, according to a survey by Hartford Steam Boiler. Essentially, no business is safe from hackers so it’s important to take precautions to keep your site secure. To learn more about hacking statistics read Hilary Tuttle’s article on www.rmmagazine.com here.
Holiday Parties, a Legal Issue?
The holiday season is quickly approaching, which means holiday work parties are coming to. Due to the increase in the consumption of alcohol at these events, they have significantly become a legal liability for employers. Click here to read David Barron’s latest article on www.thebalance.com, to find out how you can reduce liability at your holiday party.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is in a legal battle over their new electronic recordkeeping rule, however, this should not stop employers from reviewing their workplace safety policies to ensure they are in compliance with the first provisions.
The legal battle has pushed back the rule scheduled to take effect Aug. 10 to now Nov. 1. The rule enforces electronic recordkeeping requirements for workplace injuries and illnesses and make such records publicly available. To learn more about the new OSHA rule and the legal battle, read the full OSHA Seen Enforcing Electronic Recordkeeping Rule despite Lawsuit article By Gloria Gonzalez here.