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When employees at CenturyLink raised enough money to buy 106,275 pounds of food and donated $271,900 for a children’s charity, their company’s foundation chipped in another $1 million to support their efforts. The combined contributions bought 7.7 million pounds of groceries.
When a Best Buy store does well, the employees share in the spoils. Plus, at some of the stores, employees blow off steam by competing on video games and foosball tables in the break room.
Fewer American workers are reliant on their next payday to make ends meet, according to a new CareerBuilder survey.
At the National Institutes of Health, blind employees are reaching out to sighted co-workers to teach them how to treat them during the workday.
The number of workplace fatalities fell by 81 last year, according to U.S. Department of Labor statistics. In 2011, 4,609 U.S. employees died on the job, compared to 4,690 in 2010.
The last six weeks of the year include a handful of holidays for which employees clamor for time off. While some of these holidays are traditionally offered as a paid day off, employees might want other days off. Be prepared to manage their time off requests.
December is the most popular month for employees to take sick days. Maintaining staffing is already difficult during the holiday season, and you face legal risks in requiring employees to work on certain religious holidays.
The next time you find yourself griping about a paper cut or a sore back from sitting all day, realize that things could be a whole lot worse. Here's the Bureau of Labor Statistics' latest list of the 10 most dangerous American jobs.
Courts don’t expect perfection from an HR investigation. They just want to see that someone in authority took reasonable steps to learn the truth.
California last month became the third state to enact a law that prohibits employers from asking applicants or employees for their passwords to social media sites. Illinois and Maryland had passed similar laws earlier this year.