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Rhode Island Enacts Comprehensive Privacy Law

July 22, 2024

The Road to Net Zero: Core Principles to Prevent Greenwashing

July 22, 2024

FTC Issues Guides for Made in USA Claims

July 22, 2024

European regulators crack down on Big Tech

July 22, 2024

Supreme Court’s Chevron Decision and Its Implications for AI Regulation

July 22, 2024

4 Strategies to Reduce the Risk of Discrimination Claims

July 17, 2024

Each year, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) releases an annual report detailing the number of charges received the prior fiscal year. Post-pandemic, each year has seen an increase in the quantity of charges.  The EEOC received over 81,000 new discrimination charges in 2023; over a 10% increase from 2022. Additionally, the latest annual report shows the agency secured over $665 million to resolve discrimination cases in 2023, which was almost a 30% increase from 2022.  How can employers avoid becoming part of these statistics?  Employers must be aware of potential risk and ensure that they’re cognizant of the optics […]

Your Guide to Mastering the Performance Review

June 25, 2024

Say goodbye to the one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to employee performance reviews. Our VP of Human Resources, Shannon Taylor, dives into how addressing the unique needs and contributions of your team can drive employee engagement and development


June 17, 2024

The future of marketing is here, and it’s turbocharged! At CECU 2024, the “Turbo Charged Marketing: Trends for 24/25” presentation unveiled the cutting-edge strategies set to dominate the industry.

Gragg Advertising at Brickyard Crossing (Indianapolis Speedway) golfing with clients.

June 12, 2024

Nestled within the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Brickyard Crossing offers a unique golfing experience that intertwines the thrill of the race with the serenity of the green. At Gragg Advertising, we recognize the unparalleled opportunity this venue provides for connecting with our clients on a deeper level.

FTC Non-Compete Ban: What You Need to Know

May 13, 2024

In a significant move to promote competition and empower workers, the federal government has taken a decisive step by implementing a ban on non-compete agreements. This development marks a pivotal moment in employment law, with far-reaching implications for employers and employees.   Understanding the Ban: The federal government’s decision to ban non-compete agreements marks a significant shift in employment law, aimed at promoting fairness, competition, and mobility in the labor market. This ban has direct implications for employers like you and your valued employees.  The regulation, which the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) officially approved on April 23, and slated to […]

Ready or Not: DOL Proposes Change to Salary Exemption Requirements

April 15, 2024

Toward the end of 2023, The U.S. Department of Labor announced a notice of proposed rulemaking to increase the threshold minimum annual salary requirements for exempt employees and “highly compensated employees” under the FLSA’s overtime pay requirements. Under the current rules, an employee must meet the minimum salary requirements of $684 per week or $35,568 annually for that employee to be exempt from the FLSA overtime rules. The new rule would increase this threshold to $1,059 per week, or $55,068 annually. The rule would also change the annual salary requirements for employees who are considered “highly compensated employees.”   Under the […]

CDC Changes COVID Isolation Rule – Why Do I Care?

March 18, 2024

On March 1, 2024, the CDC said it would no longer require a 5-day isolation period for individuals testing positive for COVID-19. This guidance is contained in “Preventing Spread of Respiratory Viruses When You’re Sick.” The new CDC guidance applies to individuals experiencing “respiratory virus symptoms that aren’t better explained by another cause,” including fever, chills, fatigue, cough, runny nose, and headache, among others. In such cases, the guidance provides that individuals can resume normal activities when, for at least 24 hours, both of the following are true: The individual’s symptoms are getting better overall, and The individual has not […]

Good to Great Admissions

August 2, 2021

So much of your success relies on your admissions counselors. It is not enough to merely get a potential student interested; you need to seal the deal. It is easier said than done, but we are going to give you strategies to achieve it. Learning Outcomes: What it means to be great Basic habits of […]

From Prospects to Grads

August 2, 2021

With all that has happened over the last year and a half our schools have shifted, adjusted, evolved and grown. In this presentation, we discuss how the changes affected the enrollment, retention and graduation process. What new obstacles do we need to overcome? What advantages came from our submersion into the realm of virtual learning? […]

Social media trends in 2021

March 29, 2021

More people are aware of the social and political climate in the United States now than in years past. This means social awareness will continue to be an important element in social media marketing in 2021. According to Sprout Social, 66% of consumers said they want organizations to take a stand on political and social […]

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