It is important to have a sexual harassment policy in place at every worksite. You should know what sexual harassment is, the company’s stance on sexual harassment, and the policies and procedures for complaints […]
The amount of information that we give employers, insurance companies, and our medical professionals can seem invasive.
Oftentimes we want to cling to our privacy and dread the rather intimidate questionnaire that can come from […]
A Comprehensive Guide to Complying With OSHA’s General Duty and Reporting Obligations During the PandemicGreg Garner
Have you had employees have to stay home from work because they felt sick? Did you later learn that they got COVID-19? If so, you may not be following OSHA’s General Duty and Reporting […]
Across the nation, people are returning to work. Small businesses are opening their doors once more. This process is something small business owners have wholeheartedly anticipated.
But reopening the nation brings with it new considerations. Especially regarding […]
Have you been following OSHA workplace guidelines? You should be, but you should also adjust to follow COVID-19 guidelines. Preparing workplaces for COVID-19 hasn’t been easy, but there are a few steps you can […]
Late fees and parking tickets can sometimes feel outrageously expensive like the punishment far outweighs whatever rule we broke. But even though we may feel like we get hit hard with fees, most of […]
The year 2021 has been a rough one for the health care industry—especially during the month of May. Hospitals, insurance companies and other medical professionals have all had their data compromised.
The most recent series […]
The term HIPAA refers to the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Overall, the goal of HIPAA is to safeguard patient Protected Health Information (PHI).
This applies to a variety of contexts. On one hand, […]
The Ultimate HIPAA Compliance Checklist
In 2018, Anthem suffered a series of cyberattacks that led to the most significant health data breach in U.S. history. The breach exposed the protected health information of nearly 79 million people.