Human Resources

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Here is a seven-point guide to help rookie bosses quickly get control of the job, demonstrate competence and establish authority with a minimum of frustration.
If you are about to punish a worker for poor performance, do a quick self-audit to see if other employees received similar punishment.
The New York Department of Labor has issued regulations covering how employers manage payroll direct deposit and debit cards.
Gift exchange events in the office can get really inappropriate, really fast.
The movement toward equal pay for women seems to have picked up steam.
If, during litigation, you discover a new reason for termination, you may lessen your liability.
Transferring an employee to another position that pays the same and carries the same benefits as the original position is not an adverse employment action.
Half of working women who have taken time off to care for a family member worry that their retirement security will suffer as a result.
If Andrew Puzder is confirmed as the Trump administration’s Secretary of Labor, the Department of Labor is likely to execute a sharp U-turn away from the policies and regulatory practices of the last eight years.
It happens with disheartening frequency: A manager makes a stupid comment about an employee’s age that—in an HR pro’s worst nightmare—could lead to a nasty lawsuit.
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