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Can You Fire An Employee For Being Racist?

As an employer, it is well within your rights to terminate employees for essentially exercising very poor judgement, exposing and embarrassing themselves and, by proxy, the company they work for. Michael Henkel, Lisa Alexander, Robert Larkins and Amy Cooper. Do their names sound familiar? Chances are you may recognize these folks less by their names […]

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Law 4 Small Business Named Best Employment Lawyers in Albuquerque 2020

Best Employment Lawyers in Albuquerque Expertise.com has named Law 4 Small Business one of their “Best Employment Law Firms” in Albuquerque for 2020. L4SB is the premiere law firm for employers dealing with all issues pertaining to employees. From assisting businesses owners in lawsuits, creating position statements for EEOC complaints, designing effective policies and procedures, to […]

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How to Place an Employee on Administrative Leave

Administrative Leave is a common practice used by companies when they are investigating claims that are more severe or emotionally charged. The purpose of an Administrative Leave is to remove the accused party or parties from the workplace, ensuring the safety of the workforce and allowing for a thorough and untainted investigation to occur. The […]

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Is Crying at Work Appropriate?

Crying at work is a topic that has come up a lot recently. Workplaces are changing and employees want to feel like they can behave in a “genuine” fashion when interacting with coworkers and customers. As you can imagine, there are varying schools of thought about whether crying is appropriate for the workplace and how […]

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New Mexico Living: Vanesa Lewinger

Vanesa Lewinger is a Human Resources Advisor for Law 4 Small Business and she helps business owners when HR issues that arise. Examples of some of these issues are Policy and Procedure Handbooks (creating or updating), Dealing with Toxic Employees, Employee Files, I-9 Audits, EEOC Complaints. She was invited to come speak on local television […]

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Toxic Employees: Hands Down, the fastest way to kill a happy work environment.

The toxic employee. The truth of the matter is all business owners are one bad hire away from their workplace going from productive and friendly to miserable.   Toxic Employees are tricky.   They are not necessarily overtly breaking rules that would justify immediate termination.  In many instances they are simply habitually negative; towards other employees, clients […]

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When your employee has a Drinking Problem: The HR Perspective on Tiger Wood’s Dilemma

By all accounts, Tiger Woods was having a great year.  He won the Masters in one of the greatest comebacks the sporting world has ever witnessed.  He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, and after well documented accounts of a turbulent personal life, he finally seems genuinely content in […]

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