HR Update

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ACCR's HR Update

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In This Issue
Welcome to ACCR's HR UPDATE!
American Chamber of Commerce Resources is committed to providing you with tools that make your job easier. The HR Update is a bonus to purchasing our human resources manuals and is designed to keep you in the know throughout the year, so you have the tools you need to make the tough decisions - all year long.

Hire a veteran and say thanks for their service, and get two thanks back: One from
the veteran and one from the IRS in the form of a tax credit. And then you can thank
the IRS (OK, not likely, but you could).
Click here (and go to the official site of the White House) to learn more..

It's December, which means it is in fact cold outside, at least for those of you above
the 37th parallel north (I had to Google that factoid). And that means Under Armour,
Carhartt, and Sorels. It also means trench foot, frostbite and hypothermia. Protect
yourself and your employees - get some tips from our partners at Fisher & Phillips.

Number 10 - Don't have a holiday party.
Well, yes, that would be the easiest way, but it would not be the funnest. Get the real
top 10
from our partners at Fisher & Phillips.

The NLRB has once again ch-ch-ch-ch-changed the compliance date for their new poster, pushing it back three months, from January 31, 2012 to April 30, 2012. Imagine that.

For more on this change from our partners at Fisher & Phillips, click here.

Again, we will continue to monitor Postergeddon and will have a new 7-in-1 combined federal poster ready and available as soon as we are sure that you will actually need one.

Take your pick of "Changes" musical accompaniment as you contemplate the odds that this is not the last ch-ch-ch-ch-change.

Bowie
Tupac
Yes.

Let's talk about my favorite weeknight dinner: ¡Tortilla Española!
Nothing could be easier: The ingredients are simple and always on hand - potatoes,
onion, eggs - and the preparation is fast and flashy (get ready to flip that omelet!).
The dish is wholly satisfying, with the delicate sweetness from the onion complementing
the tender potatoes and fluffy eggs. Pair the leftovers with a side of mixed greens for a
perfect meal during your 5- to 20-minute compensable lunch break.

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