Bringing Kids to Work: What are the Limits?

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Engage PEO CEO Jay Starkman on Family-Friendly Workplace Policies
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Bringing Kids to Work: What are the Limits?

Engage's CEO, Jay Starkman, talks to The Kansas City Star about creating workplace policies that are family-friendly.

"The bottom line is that in any workplace, there should be clear policies, including limits, on visits by children. Rules can be flexible based on age, safety factors and potential for disruption."

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How to ask your boss if it's OK to stay home in bad weather

Engage PEO's Angela Rochester, Assistant General Counsel and HR Consultant, advises companies and employees on what to do if you can't make it to work due to severe weather.

“If there’s not a policy in place, address the issue with your manager or with HR. We always stress to communicate sooner rather than later; also, a good employer will communicate [any policies or guidelines] to you well in advance.”

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Spotlight on workplace sexual harassment: How employers can prepare in 2019

Now more than ever, business owners need to know how to handle sexual allegations that may arise in the workplace.

The spotlight on this issue is harsh but presents a glowing opportunity for companies to do better. Employers can reinforce HR best practices that are in place, and take the lead to create new ways to ensure workplaces are free of harassment and unlawful discrimination. The time to do so is right now.

Engage CEO Jay Starkman, and co-founder Midge Seltzer, write for Employee Benefit News.

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