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on April 6, 2019
What is Lorem Ipsum? Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever...
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California Broadens Definition of “National Origin,” Effective July 1

on June 12, 2018
KPA’s compliance partner, FordHarrison, provided the following content. The California Fair Employment and Housing Council published new regulations on May 17 relating to national origin discrimination. The...
KPACalifornia Broadens Definition of “National Origin,” Effective July 1

Team Building Now: What Works, What’s 1994?

on March 19, 2018
When you think of team building ideas, what do you picture? Trust falls and nature walks? Group learning sessions that start with cheesy icebreakers? Although...
KPATeam Building Now: What Works, What’s 1994?

Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs

on October 16, 2017
KPA’s compliance partner, FordHarrison, provided the following content. Across the U.S., there has been turmoil surrounding various bathroom laws — either regulations that are more inclusive...
KPASigns, Signs, Everywhere Signs

5 Secrets to More Effective Employee Training

on October 3, 2017
I’ve been working in the field of training and instructional design for almost 10 years, and most of it has flown by so quickly. But when I...
KPA5 Secrets to More Effective Employee Training

FAQs on Minimum Wage Laws in California

on September 11, 2017
KPA’s compliance partner, FordHarrison, provided the following content. California’s minimum wage laws are among employers’ most common questions. Below, is a summary of frequently asked questions...
KPAFAQs on Minimum Wage Laws in California

New California Background Check Laws 2017 – Ban the Box

on July 3, 2017
Employer’s Bottom Line: In light of the new criminal background check laws effective July 1, 2017, we highly recommend revisiting no-hire and disciplinary/termination policies and...
KPANew California Background Check Laws 2017 – Ban the Box

How FMLA Violations Can Leave HR Directors Liable

on March 15, 2017
You've known about the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)—an act that entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical...
KPAHow FMLA Violations Can Leave HR Directors Liable

New Crane Rule Changes for OSHA Compliance in 2017

on March 14, 2017
The date for OSHA compliance in 2017 has many companies feeling the pressure. November 10 will be here before we know it. Anyone familiar with the industry will remember...
KPANew Crane Rule Changes for OSHA Compliance in 2017

Five Important Tips For Effective EHS Management

on March 14, 2017
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Management isn't just important because it's a part of regulatory compliance, it shows your employees that you care about their...
KPAFive Important Tips For Effective EHS Management

Dealer Fees Under Attack

on March 28, 2016
Article Contributor: Jim Radogna Two recent actions for alleged dealer fee violations in South Carolina, and Indiana are a potential cause for concern in other...
KPADealer Fees Under Attack

GHS: What does it mean, and are you ready?

on March 28, 2016
Article Contributor: Betsy Sibila During the past three years there have been gradual changes to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to align HCS with the...
KPAGHS: What does it mean, and are you ready?

No Safety Data Sheet! What’s the hold up?

on March 27, 2016
Article Contributor: Betsy Sibila As you should already be aware, changes have occurred to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) that align HCS with the UN...
KPANo Safety Data Sheet! What’s the hold up?