Human Resources

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If you use arbitration agreements to resolve workplace disputes, make sure you can prove that the employee actually agreed to the terms.
The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that under the Constitution’s 11th Amendment, a state-affiliated educational institution is immune from suit over the FMLA’s self-care provisions.
Appealing to workers’ sense of decency will do nothing to prevent harassment lawsuits if that approach doesn’t effectively stop the harassment.
Employees who claim their employers discriminated against them must be able to prove that they suffered some sort of action that was “adverse,” not merely uncomfortable, inconvenient or even unfair.
Almost 40% of employees want to be seen by their boss as a “work martyr.”
The Society for Human Resource Management Foundation is spearheading a nationwide project to kick-start research on best practices employers can use to hire more military veterans.
A dramatic reduction in the regulatory burden may be largely illusory, for several reasons.
Law school dean and former NLRB member Alexander Acosta is the Trump administration's new pick to become Secretary of Labor.
Employers that retaliate against employees who file Fair Labor Standards Act claims don’t just face the prospect of owing back pay, plus double that amount in liquidated damages. They also potentially face a damage award for emotional distress.
Unions have the right to try to organize. Employers have the right to oppose unionization.
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