Human Resources

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

Discover how your colleagues – and competitors – are dealing with discrimination and harassment, employment law, benefits programs, and more.

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Although Florida’s state whistle-blower law applies only to state government and state contractors, don’t believe you are above the law just because you are a private employer. Rather than ignore a complaint—and risk expensive litigation—you need to establish policies to investigate whistle-blower complaints ...

Although U.S. Labor Department regulations say exempt executives must supervise the equivalent of two full-time employees, that doesn’t mean an employee is exempt just because he has narrow authority over all employees within the company ...

Hillsborough County Parks Manager Thomas Goins is in jail after pleading guilty to downloading child pornography. A co-worker who found disturbing images on Goins’ work laptop alerted authorities ...

Florida is second in the nation in encouraging start-up businesses, a study by the Fraser Institute has found ...

Darrell Gilyard, head of 700-member Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church, is in hot water for a second time over charges of sexual misconduct with members of his flock ...

A state appeals court has overturned a felony theft conviction against state Sen. Gary Siplin, ruling that an Orlando jury wrongly convicted him of having employee Naomi Cooper do campaign work on state time ...

The Miami Herald, published by California-based McClatchy Co., has outsourced some production work in its special advertising sections to India ...

Florida is a national leader in saving up for its public-employee pension bill, according to a recent study by the Pew Center on the States. Even so, the state faces a $3.6 billion pension-funding shortfall. Most states are in worse shape ...

If, like many organizations, you try to promote from within, make certain you have a clear process that someone in HR oversees. Otherwise, managers and supervisors who have specific people in mind for promotion may “tip off” some employees while leaving others in the dark, opening the possibility of discrimination claims ...

Here’s a trap that may catch you unaware unless you regularly compare jobs and who actually holds the positions. If two jobs are roughly comparable, but mostly women hold one of the jobs and mostly men hold the other and you pay one more than the other, you are asking for trouble ...

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