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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For the first time, the state of Florida has passed a leave law that affects the private sector. The newly minted Domestic Violence Leave Law provides time off to employees who suffer domestic abuse ...

The U.S. Supreme Court created a big fuss last year by ruling that time used to put on or remove some work clothes and safety gear outside actual work hours might be compensable time. Many employers changed the way they calculated pay ...

While the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) overtime provisions apply to the vast majority of employees in the United States, there are some exemptions ...

Having a hard time finding seasonal help this summer? You’re not alone. The age-old summer ritual of American kids working at the local movie theater and swimming hole is quickly eroding. Fewer than half of 16- to 19-year-olds were either working or looking for work in June,  down from 60% just seven years ago ...

How would you rate your orientation process for new managers and executives? Not good, if you're like most organizations. Poor orientations can cause high-dollar hires to leave or fail to become productive in the critical first months. Improve your orientations by taking the following steps ...

Train supervisors to be on the lookout for all forms of sexual harassment, not just blatant abuse ...

Employers who don’t specify essential functions and don’t ensure their job descriptions are up to date risk “function creep” in which the employee slowly, informally whittles away at the job to the point some tasks appear no longer essential ...

Employees who are hurt on the job are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, and so are some volunteers. But unpaid interns don’t meet either definition ...

The Ohio whistle-blower law protects employees who report wrongdoing from retaliation. But that doesn’t mean employees can add a whistle-blowing claim every time they sue after being discharged ...