HR Management

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The wheels of business stop for no one, and when an employee goes out on leave—FMLA or otherwise—it's surprising how quickly the inconveniences mount. The urge to pick up the phone or dash off a quick email to ask a simple question just to keep the wheels moving is powerful, but pause for a moment before you do it and ask:
Everyone wants to be happy at work, but it varies by an employee’s job and field, among other factors.
A Syracuse roofing contractor faces fines of more than $96,000 following an OSHA worksite inspection in Camillus.
A controversial new OSHA rule cracking down on retaliation against safety whistleblowers doesn’t ban employee drug testing.
Calling in sick when you’re feeling just fine isn’t a new phenomenon, and the whacked-out rationales never get old.
Here’s advice on controlling record storage costs and ensuring business continuity if records are compromised.
It can be uncomfortable to criticize a subordinate’s performance. As a result, some supervisors resort to writing generic, positive performance reviews. But that can come back to haunt the employer later.
A progressive discipline system is the most reliable way to protect your organization from wrongful termination charges.
Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.
A good performance review process benefits employees and employers alike.
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