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Federal E-Verify program halted during government shutdown

During the government shutdown, employers do not have the ability to check whether their prospective hires are eligible to work. However, they still have a responsibility to verify employment eligibility. Confused yet? Woods Fuller helps sort it out.

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Employee noncompete agreements: Are they enforceable under S.D. law?

Noncompetes: What you wondered about and maybe didn’t want to ask.

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Your intellectual property: How to identify and protect it

As doing business in our world becomes sophisticated, it is even more important to consider how a business can take steps to protect its intellectual property.

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Associate attorney drawn to career sitting through murder case in high school

This week’s Up-and-Comer is Seth Lopour, an associate attorney at Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith PC.

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Equal pay for equal work: Is your business delivering it?

Chances are, your business has not examined pay practices to consider whether a pay disparity exists. These tips and an event coming up soon can help.

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Three businesses earn Workplace Excellence Awards

The Sioux Empire Society of Human Resources Management has announced its annual award winners for the Workplace Excellence Awards, recognizing companies that go above and beyond for their employees and community.

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People You Should Know

Here’s a look at this week’s People You Should Know.

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Immigration policy changes mean businesses should update their best practices

Many Sioux Falls businesses rely on foreign workers. Here’s what you need to know about recent changes to the law.

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Rail yard project faces unexpected delay with design adjustment

A downtown redevelopment is rethinking its approach, prompted by parking-related costs.

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What to know about South Dakota’s data-breach notification law

During the 2018 legislative session, South Dakota became one of the last two states in the country to adopt a data-breach notification law. Here’s what that means for your business.

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