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Research from Towers Watson reveals that employees don’t believe their employers deliver on the promise to help them grow.
According to new federal data, 4,405 people suffered fatal work-related injuries in 2013, down from the 4,628 fatal injury count the previous year, according to new Bureau of Labor Statistics stats.
Equal pay is the most important issue working women face today, according to 42% of working women polled. Only 37% of men agree.
The threat of an Ebola outbreak has dominated the news for months. With the possible exceptions of health care-related organizations, it’s unlikely that most employers will ever have to deal with the disease. However, it’s a timely reminder that even relatively common maladies (such as the flu) can wreak havoc on business operations.
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Companies are facing an aging population, prolonged careers and heightened discrimination risks. How do you create effective succession plans given these factors?
OSHA has issued a request for information seeking employer input on permissible exposure limits for hazardous chemicals, along with chemical management methods to promote workplace safety. It’s part of the agency’s ongoing review to identify “more effective and efficient approaches” for managing chemical exposures at work.
Recent college grads who majored in business are least likely to express strong interest in the work they do now, according to a recent Gallup survey.
Twenty-eight percent of workers responding to a new CareerBuilder.com poll say they have felt bullied at work. For 19%, the abuse was so bad they quit their jobs because of it.
Q. I recently discharged some of my employees. How long must I retain their employment records? Are there different rules for electronic records versus paper ones?