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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Disabled employees who quit when their employer refuses to consider possible reasonable accommodations may have a constructive discharge claim under the ADA.
If you want to avoid being considered a joint employer, limit the degree of control you exert.
Calling in sick when you’re feeling just fine isn’t a new phenomenon, and the whacked-out rationales never get old.
Etsy.com recently went to Washington to urge changes to how artisans, entrepreneurs and other independent workers are treated.
Make sure supervisors clearly understand that they cannot discriminate against employees who happen to associate with protected individuals such as children or other dependents with disabilities.
Here’s advice on controlling record storage costs and ensuring business continuity if records are compromised.
The hospitality and food service industries have been the most frequent targets of U.S. Department of Labor wage-and-hour lawsuits since 1985.
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.
The Philadelphia Parking Authority has fired Executive Director Vincent Finerty, Jr., after sexual harassment charges came to light.
The millennial mindset is about making all aspects of their lives easier, faster, more flexible and more efficient. This mindset is transforming the way humans of all ages live and work, and thus shaking up how we run our businesses.
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