HR Management

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HR Law 101: Employers have any number of legitimate reasons to monitor employees’ email and Internet usage. Beyond personal productivity issues, you risk significant loss should an employee download a virus or other damaging software or engage in illegal activity conducted on company computers ...

"Head shunting" defined: Secretly hiring a head hunter to woo an ineffective employee and shepherd him or her through a job search culminating in placement elsewhere.
If an employee complains that a co-worker's perfume is aggravating her allergies, you had better act on it or the scent of a lawsuit will soon begin to fill the room.
Now's a good time to review employment policies and practices in light of the government’s aggressive efforts to enforce employment laws. To ensure compliance, review your policies and practices in all these areas.
It’s natural for co-workers to gripe when a disabled employee’s accommodation causes more work. They may complain that the accommodated employee isn’t pulling her weight or that the accommodations are bogus. Tell them to zip it.
Next time you rue one of the coulda-shoulda-woulda missteps every business person inevitably makes, know that your fumble can’t possibly be worse than these three, recently rated the biggest business goofs of all time by
Women wield more power than ever, but progress at the highest echelons of the corporate world has lagged.
While lawsuits may be practically inevitable in today’s litigious society, losing them is not. Ten rules to follow:
The average dishonest retail employee caught stealing in 2012 was trying to walk out with $715 worth of merchandise. That’s far more than run-of-the-mill shoplifters take.
Most of the time, employers that learn that someone is experiencing some form of domestic violence try to do what they can to help the em­­ployee manage the situation. Some­­times, however, employers aren’t exactly supportive. The EEOC has taken the position that, on occasion, employer missteps in these situations may be a form of discrimination under federal law.