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HR pros spend a lot of their time ensuring that their companies comply with the law so they don’t wind up in court and lose big bucks to a jury verdict. But more and more, they find themselves defending not their employers’ bottom lines, but their own bank accounts. Here's how to protect your personal funds.
During these difficult economic times, small and midsize businesses are looking for ways to reduce their employment costs—while maintaining employee benefits and gaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Many employers are looking at alternative staffing models to meet those objectives.
AGM Container Controls was lucky to have a good period of growth during the most recent recession, so it didn’t have to lay off any employees, says CEO Howard Stewart. In fact, AGM hasn't laid off anyone for 20 years. Stewart has made it official policy to follow a 13-step plan to avoid layoffs in the future:
’Tis the season for employees to be stressed and distracted by online shopping, post-party hangovers, visiting relatives, end-of-year deadlines, money woes and sugar-induced bellyaches. Here’s what to watch out for when the holidays are just around the corner.
Every year around this time, the Ghost of Christmas Parties Past comes clanking down the hallway, dragging in its wake a chain of dread for employers and employees alike. Here's advice on hosting a fun—yet legally safe—party this year:
End the year right and get the New Year off to a good start with these simple ways to improve employee morale and wellness:
Here’s an incentive to keep racially hostile symbols out of the workplace: In a case that resulted in no other damages, five black employees received $50,000 each for spotting a noose at work.
Pet peeves, paper checks and workplace perils: Test your knowledge of recent trends in employment law, compensation and benefits and other HR issues with our monthly mini-quiz.
The National Labor Relations Board has been taking a close look at how employers react when they don’t like what their employees post on Facebook. Surprisingly, employers have won several of those cases.
Employers can regulate what employees do away from work—but only within narrow limits. There are often good reasons to. Some off-duty acts reflect poorly on employers, raise insurance costs and create conflicts of interest. Here's how to make the call.