HR Management

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One of the best ways to fight hostile work environment claims: a handbook with a strong sexual harassment policy that shows em­ployees exactly how they should report problems.
Q. We’ve had so many employee absences due to the flu this year. Next year, can we require all employees to get a flu shot?
About 15% of email at work is considered gossip—defined as “the absence of a third party from a conversation"—according to a Georgia Institute of Technology study.

Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO George Halvorson has written enough letters to his staff to fill a book. His compilation of 101 letters has been published as KP Inside: 101 Letters to Us at Kaiser Permanente.

Help your employees jumpstart their retirement savings by pointing them toward a new planning toolkit prepared by the U.S. Department of Labor and the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards.
Q. Do employers have the right to put employees’ address and phone numbers in a place where all employees can access them? Are there privacy issues? Should we get employees’ permission?

What works for employees of Cherry Hill Volvo in South Jersey? The attitude of the company’s owner. Workers at the 51-year-old Volvo dealership say the company’s president, Judith Krupnick, fosters a feeling of family in the workplace.

UnitedHealthcare execs have an ulterior motive for encouraging their employees to volunteer in the community: It’s good for their health.
There’s only so much an organization can do to help em­­ployees with their work/life balance. Some of it has to be up to them. Five simple steps:

Unions represent an ever-shrinking slice of U.S. employees, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Only 11.3% of workers were unionized in 2012, down from 11.8% in 2011. In 1981, 20.1% of American workers belonged to a union. Several factors have contributed to the decline.

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