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The National Labor Relations Act guarantees employees the right to discuss working conditions and organize. The language contained in your employee handbook can put you on the wrong side of the law.
If your employees are using 123456 as their passwords to company data, they’re a hacker’s dream—and they’re not very unique.
HR pros have more questions than answers following a May announcement by the Society for Human Resource Management that it will begin offering its own professional certification program in direct competition with the familiar Professional in Human Resources and Senior Professional in Human Resources designations held by more than 130,000 practitioners.
Toledo, Ohio-based Owens Corning offers cellphones to employees who need them for business, but employees are forbidden from using the phones while driving. The building-materials manufacturer is trying to convince employees to “own” their unsafe behavior.
Employers are not at all or only moderately supportive of new mothers who need to express breast milk at work, according to 43% of women responding to a new poll.
Want an easy way to show that an employee acknowledged receiving a copy of your arbitration agreement? Include it in the employee handbook. Then have IT track when employees received it.
More than 70% of employers have disciplined employees for misuse of social media. Daniel Ornstein of the Proskauer law firm outlines ways to stop the headaches before they happen.
While the initial explosion in social media usage took employers (and their attorneys) off guard, more organizations now have clear employment policies—and they’re not shy about flexing them.
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When an employee suffers a death in the family, most employers offer some sort of bereavement leave, but it’s often informal. How employers respond during this time of need says a lot about how much they value their workers—and how much they recognize that employees’ aren’t just cogs in the workplace machine.