There’s no perfect way to tell an employee that his services are no longer needed. But there are some general guidelines to keep in mind that can make things easier.
A recent survey by the Society for Human Resource Management reported a sharp uptick in political volatility in their workplaces this year.
Starting Dec. 1, the new DOL rules take effect that nearly double the salary threshold at which most salaried workers become exempt from overtime.
Don’t take employee discretion for granted! You need a confidentiality policy to protect trade secrets and other proprietary information from leaving your organization.
It’s more important than ever for today’s managers to create the strengths-focused workplace culture millennials have come to expect.
To win a quid pro quo sexual harassment case, an employee has to show that two things occurred.
An applicant tells you she can't work nights due to her religion. Or an employee wears a headscarf to the office. How would you respond?
Between distractions, troublesome co-workers and all the red tape at work, it’s a wonder you get your job done at all. What measures can you take when your boss is the one keeping you from doing your job?
Smart employers follow a regular policy of computer-file purging to keep the organization’s network free of unnecessary data. But what if your organization thinks it may be a lawsuit target?
They're potential lightning rods for employee anger and potential legal landmines. Before you discipline an employee in writing, ask yourself these questions.