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Human Resources

From employment law to compensation and benefits, FMLA and hiring and firing and more, Business Management Daily provides comprehensive Human Resources updates.

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Courts like to see that employers gave employees a chance to improve before firing them for performance problems. That’s why it’s smart to exhaustively document your effort to correct poor performance.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A federal court has agreed to a Department of Labor administration request to postpone its defense of the yet-to-be-enacted overtime rules finalized last year.
Q. I am a small employer. One of my employees plans to donate a kidney to her sibling. She will need to take time off for the surgery and recovery. How much time can she take off? Must it be paid?
An oblivious business owner has learned the hard way that ignoring a lawsuit comes at a price: An almost instant order to pay up—without any chance to offer a defense.
The employee will have a hard time winning any subsequent lawsuit, since he had an additional chance to prove himself.
Employers sometimes think more is better when it comes to administering their harassment policies. Unfortunately, providing lots of options doesn’t always help.
Employees are feeling better about the economy as perceptions about job opportunities and job-seeking activity both increase.
While much of the nation is focused on what changes may be coming to the Department of Labor, the National Labor Relations Board and the EEOC, employers would do well to also pay attention to changes at the state level.
Q. An employee who is a volunteer firefighter wants to take two weeks off to engage in related trainings. That seems like a lot of time to miss. Must I allow him to take this time off?
An overwhelming percentage of Americans believe employers—not the government—should bear the cost.
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