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June 2018
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Question: Which employers are required to maintain records of illnesses and injuries under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) recordkeeping and reporting regulations?

Answer: Employers that had more than ten employees at any time during the last calendar year are generally required to prepare and maintain records of serious occupational injuries and illnesses using the OSHA 300 Log. OSHA provides a partial exemption from the recordkeeping requirements for employers who had ten or fewer employees at all times during the previous calendar year and employers in certain low-hazard industries.
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HR Hot Topics
Staffing for Scalability

When companies go through rapid growth, it can feel like a jet breaking through the sound barrier – the flight gets rough before you hit smooth skies again. Vince Murdica of ThinkHR discusses what it takes to become scalable.

10 Tales from the Front

Michelle Florkowski, HR consultant at ThinkHR, handles human resources on-site for a regional chain of mattress stores, where she shakes her head in disbelief on a regular basis. She shares 10 crazy moments she has experienced.

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Focus On: Posting and Recordkeeping

What do employers need to post in their workplaces? What records need to be kept, and for how long? Comply makes your posting and recordkeeping requirements easy to find, with up-to-date charts, recently refreshed commentary on federal and state requirements, and links to sources so you can get what you need fast.

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