President Trump’s proposed fiscal year 2018 budget calls for establishing the first-ever federal paid leave mandate, dramatically shrinks the U.S. Department of Labor and places enforcement of anti-discrimination rules aimed at federal contractors under the EEOC.
Only 27% of employees responding to a recent poll said they frequently check their work email outside regular
Employers in the Swedish village of Övertorneå may have been alone in cheering the town council’s recent decision not to mandate weekly one-hour paid sex breaks.
Speculation swirled last week that the White House’s 2018 budget would propose moving the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs to the EEOC.
OSHA won’t start posting employers’ injury reports on the web on July 1, as originally planned when a controversial rule was finalized last year.
You may see more older workers seeking open positions in your organization. How you treat those applicants can mean the difference between winning or losing an age discrimination lawsuit.
As a supervisor, you have many opportunities to affirm the ideas and actions of your employees. But sometimes, you need to say “no.” The challenge is to learn to say “no” without losing the goodwill and enthusiasm of your employees.
The typical organization loses 5% of its revenues to fraud each year, and 16.6% of fraud losses trace back to expense account schemes, according to a report by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
The Trump administration’s formal fiscal year 2018 budget proposal, set to be released May 23, is expected to ask Congress to create a state-run program granting new mothers and fathers up to six weeks of paid leave following the birth or adoption of a child.
More than 40 field organizers have filed a class-action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee, alleging they weren’t paid for overtime hours they spent making phone calls and knocking on doors during Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.