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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Q. We have a poor-performing employee who is up for discharge. The union has requested that we give him one “last chance,” and has said that it will agree to a last-chance agreement if we don’t terminate his employment now. What is the impact of a last-chance agreement? — J.R.

Q. We are reviewing our employment application, which includes a question about felony convictions. We have been told that we should not ask about an applicant’s arrest record. Can you explain what we can ask and what we cannot ask? We are a relatively small company, with fewer than 100 employees. — C.T.

They say the pace of life is slow in the South, but Georgia House Speaker Glenn Richardson thinks at least one facet of life should be faster in Georgia ...

Mexican workers who worked for Del Monte Fresh Produce, Inc., have filed a class-action suit alleging the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act when it failed to properly pay the workers their wages ...

For families earning between $20,000 and $50,000 a year, Hotlanta may not be so hot ...

Q. We have an employee who is out on an FMLA leave of absence. Our company provides health insurance for its employees and their families, and employees pay 20% of the premium. Our employee has not paid his share of the premium. Should we cancel his health insurance? We are very nervous about doing so because the employee has a very serious health condition. — J.B.

Q. One of our shop employees was not wearing his safety glasses during a Michigan OSHA (MIOSHA) inspection, for which the company was cited. Our company has a rule requiring employees to wear safety glasses in the plant. Were we wrongly cited? — T.B.

If you don’t want to subject your organization to liability for a supervisor’s biased or discriminatory discipline recommendations, conduct at least a brief independent investigation ...

Family reunions are on the rise, even though demanding jobs and full family schedules make them tough to coordinate. As a result, reunion planners are trying new strategies, including some you may recognize from on-the-job planning experiences.

Releasing employment information about a former employee can be a dangerous and tricky situation ...