HR Management

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Do you understand the relevant laws and your obligations to protect employee data?

The snow's coming down pretty good and an exempt employee calls to say she can't make it in today because her car is stuck. Can you deduct a full day's pay from her salary for that missed day? What if she's non-exempt? What if you close work because of bad weather? Here's guidance to help you make the call.

Today’s most critical human capital challenges are employee engagement, developing the next generation of leaders and compensation that improves retention, according to HR professionals responding to a new survey by the Society for Human Resource Management.

It sounds counterintuitive, but happy workers may not be everything you believe. The time to check in with them is now.

Federal and state laws require businesses to keep separate files for a variety of employee records. Are you in compliance?

Today's new payroll numbers show that employers are confident in bringing on that extra employee or two, expecially at this time of year. But too often, part-timers don't get the same HR attention as full-timers. If your organization employes lots of part-timers or seasonal staff, consider these tips ...

Next to a credit card with a hefty limit, a workplace computer may be this year’s most essential holiday shopping tool. After a slight downturn in work-based online shopping in 2014, more employees say they’re spending working hours hunting for deals and buying gifts this year, according to CareerBuilder’s annual Cyber Monday survey.
Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.
This time of year, illnesses of employ­­ees or their loved ones, and bad weather, can lead to legitimate spikes in workplace absences. Maintain productivity by following this advice.
Q. At our company holiday party, which was not at the workplace or during work hours, an employee told some inappropriate jokes and put an arm around a co-worker who did not appreciate it and complained. The company is aware that the employee took a leave of absence for treatment of chemical dependency and is concerned that the employee might have been drinking at the party. Can the company discipline the employee? The company would like the employee to get additional help for chemical dependency.
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