As we celebrate our freedoms this weekend, AAA would like to take a moment to thank the extraordinary Americans who serve their communities with round-the-clock on-demand mobile healthcare. Happy Independence Day to EMS! Share on Social Media As we celebrate our freedoms this weekend, AAA would like to take a moment to thank the extraordinary Americans who serve their communities with round-the-clock on-demand #mobilehealthcare. Happy #IndependenceDay to #EMS! #4thofJuly #AlwaysOpen #NotJustaRide #SupportEMS #Ready pic.twitter.com/rG6FQigWa1 — AmericanAmbulanceAsc (@amerambassoc) July 3, 2020
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Happy holidays to you and your family from the American Ambulance Association. We so deeply appreciate your selfless service to your communities. AAA will reopen to serve you at 9:00 a.m. ET on Tuesday, January 3.
By Scott Moore, JD, AAA Human Resources Consultant | Updated November 19, 2015 As we approach Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday season, many employers are left wondering how to navigate the complicated employment landscape that accompanies this time of year. There is a mine field of potential problems that the season brings, ranging from religious accommodations and discrimination to sexual harassment. An employer’s best efforts to celebrate and thank employees for their hard work during the year can often result in feelings of exclusion and potential legal liability. Holiday Parties One of the most common workplace holiday celebrations, the holiday party, presents several challenges for employers. The first of which is how to appropriately name the “holiday” party. The “Christmas Party” of old that had employees ending the workday a bit early on December 23rd to have a few drinks in the office has thankfully evolved. Employers are increasingly aware of diversity in the workplace, and are changing the Christmas party into a holiday celebration in an effort to ensure that all feel welcome. While many see this as the minimization of some holiday traditions, most welcome employer awareness and efforts towards inclusion. The larger concern for most (more…)