Susan Bassford Wilson, Author at Tire Review Magazine
Handling the Coronavirus in Your Tire Dealership

The analysis for employee leave can get very tricky. Further, changes in governmental guidance and even in the underlying laws are occurring on almost a daily basis, which will affect the legal analysis of issues related to COVID-19.

You & the Law: Website Accessibility 101

If you’re not sure if your website is accessible to disabled persons, then now is the time to figure that out.

In Praise of Training: Why You Need to Spend the Time (and Money) to Train Your Employees

Ensuring that your employees and managers receive training on your policies is just as important as having sound policies in the first place.

Tattoos, Piercings and Telecommuting, Oh My!

Wonder how a relaxed dress code, tattoos or telecommuting should work in your office space? Read on!

Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

You know that marijuana has been legalized for recreational use in multiple states including California and Colorado. But what does that mean to you and your business?

Unemployment Benefits: Considerations When Contesting a Claim

Whether unemployment claims are the bane of your existence or a routine part of your month, here are a few tips for successfully assessing and handling these claims.

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Can I Ask Them to Sign That? An Introduction to Employment Agreements

An overview of employee agreements, non-competition agreements, confidentiality agreements and employee handbooks.

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Annual Performance Reviews: Yes or No?

How many of you use annual performance reviews? And how many of you think that there must be a better way to manage your employees? If so, read on.

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You & the Law – What to Do when the Government Knocks

Even if your conscience is clear, your heart will probably start racing if government agents walk into your business. Here’s what you need to know.

#MeToo: How to Prevent and Investigate Sexual Harassment At Work

All the media attention around the #MeToo movement may lead you to ask what you as an employer need to do to prevent sexual harassment at your company. If so, read on!

How to Handle Sexual Harassment at Work
Six Ways to Keep From Being Sued by Your Employees

The occasional lawsuit is part of the cost of doing business; however, employers can help to reduce the number of employment suits they face by following these simple rules.

Avoiding Employment Lawsuits Over the Holiday Season

I adore the holidays. The hustle, the bustle, the presents, and the cheer all make me happy. However, for the sake of this column, I will be playing the part of Scrooge as we walk through some of the employment missteps that can occur during the most wonderful time of the year.