Human Resources

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Disabled employees who have medical needs that require a reasonable accommodation and don’t receive one can quit and still be eligible to receive unemployment benefits.
With the economy on solid footing, an old problem has re-emerged: Employers increasingly say they can't find the right employees to fill vacancies.
The rules that govern employee efforts to better their working conditions are complex.
Many of the I-9 forms in your files are just screaming for attention.
A city in Texas has asked a federal judge to dismiss a race discrimination suit filed by a black police lieutenant who heads a group of minority police officers.
An employee who had a state interference-with-contract claim dismissed—the court said he had been legitimately fired for insubordination—can still file a federal whistleblower retaliation lawsuit based on the same facts.

How much do you have save for your retirement?

A much-anticipated courtroom showdown between the National Labor Relations Board and fast-food colossus McDonald’s began last week before an administrative law judge in a Manhattan courtroom.
You just welcomed a new employee to the team. Whoa! Don’t just walk away just because you did such stellar work on the hiring end.
Q. I am opening a restaurant and would like all of my employees who work in the front of the house to dress and groom themselves in a specific way. Am I required to make an exception for employees who dress and groom differently for religious reasons?