If you’re like 99.9% of the people who wagered on the NCAA basketball tournament this year, your bracket was busted long before eventual champions the University of Connecticut were paired up with underdog Butler University. But you still have a chance to win in the “Final Four Biggest Workplace Headaches for 2011” tournament.
It’s the brainchild of our friends at the law firm of Fisher & Phillips, which back in March posted a full bracket of workplace woes from which HR folk could choose their four most vexing problems. The initial 64 picks ran the gamut from powerhouse (a visit from OSHA) to schoolyard pick-up (horseplay in the office).
HR pros submitted their picks, judges tallied the votes and now it's down to the final four. Which of the following do you rate as the biggest workplace headache? Click here to cast your vote.
A. Supervisors forgetting to document warnings
This perennial favorite—a #4 seed—barely edged out ...(register to read more)
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