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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.
The typical HR department saw its budget rise by 4.2% this year. That’s a slight rise from the past three years, when budget increases ran from 3.6% to 3.9%, but well up from the 2009-2011 recession levels, according to the newly released HR Department Benchmarks and Analysis report from Bloomberg BNA.
Whether it’s to binge-watch “Downton Abbey” or get some shopping done, employees are increasingly feeling free to call in sick when they’re perfectly healthy.
If you require employees to sign arbitration agreements as a condition of employment, expect more questions from them in light of recent media attention.
It’s that time of year again—time to spread a little holiday cheer … and think about the potential legal consequences of doing so.
Don't let your employees’ information become the target of the next high-profile data breach. Here's what you should know before contracting with a cloud vendor.
For the first time in 25 years, employers hit by federal workplace safety violations will see an increase in financial penalties, thanks to a little-noticed provision tucked into a budget bill signed by President Obama on Nov. 2.
Here's your monthly quiz on HR trends and issues.
Resistance from senior executives is the primary reason more employers don’t institute a regular telework plan, in which employees work remotely at least once a week.
OSHA has released a new guide spelling out the occupational safety and health training employers must provide to workers.