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Are Family Members a Liability at Work – Ask HR Bartender

Many human resources professionals are also responsible for risk management in their organizations. Today’s reader is faced with one of those liability situations. Hi Sharlyn! We’re a small, but rapidly growing company. We realize the need to have an HR department. I’m new to the HR role, have taken some seminars, and have a general […] You May Also Like: Ask HR Bartender: Working HR I
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