SECOND EDITION NEWSLETTER
JANUARY 2020
WHAT'S NEW(S)?
It's Time to Review Your
Employee Handbook
 
Staying abreast of the evolving regulatory environment remains one of the biggest headaches—particularly for employers with multiple locations—given the web of sometimes conflicting requirements... READ MORE


House Votes to Improve Protections
From Age Discrimination
 
A bill that would help older adults fight back against age discrimination on the job moved one step closer to becoming law Wednesday when the House of Representatives passed it with bipartisan support.. . READ MORE
  by Kenneth Terrell, AARP , January 15, 2020     
OSHA's 300A The Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (Form 300) is required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to classify work-related injuries and illnesses and to record the extent and severity of each case.
 
DON'T FORGET... Employers covered by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration's (OSHA's) record-keeping rule must post a summary of 2019 work-related injury & illnesses from Feb. 1st to April 30th.


 
  • Human Resource Certification Institute Credits
  • Society for Human Resource Management Professional Development Credits
  • Continuing Legal Education Credits
  • Continuing Professional Education Credits
  • Missouri Municipal Finance Officers Association Certification

I thoroughly enjoyed attending and speaking at the Missouri Employment Conference in 2019. The conference covered a wide range of current and emerging Employment, Human Resources, Benefits and Diversity issues and best practices. The conference also provides excellent networking opportunities with highly-talented practitioners from across the state. I look forward to attending the next conference. 

Daryl Smith | Assistant Teaching Professor of Management
Trulaske College of Business at the University of Missouri
THE YUM FACTOR
The Big Game Is Just Around The Corner...

LET'S MAKE PINWHEELS!
STRONG MINDS | STRONG HEARTS

We were proud to partner with Dreams to Reality last year at the Missouri Spring Conference.
If you have a local cause close to your heart, we would love to hear from you to see how we can help!
NOTES FROM NAN & SUE...

"They" say no news is good news...
 
We’re not sure who "they" are but we’re certain our newsletter will make you aware of the hottest topics covering employment, training, benefits and wellness.
 
We disagree with "they" and thank "you" for taking time to read up on the latest news from "us".
 
Thank you! Nan & Sue