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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Employees injured while at work are entitled to medical treatment to correct those injuries. It turns out that treatment can include cosmetic surgery ...

If your organization pays some employees on a commission basis, it may be a good idea to put it in writing. Relying on just an oral agreement may lead to trouble down the road—especially if the employee quits and says you owe him money. Without a written agreement spelling out the commission terms, a lawsuit probably will come down to his word against yours ...

SmartStyle Family Hair Salon has paid $20,000 plus additional relief to settle a religious discrimination lawsuit brought by the EEOC ...

All new hires are excited to have a new job, but some are genuinely thrilled to be working at your organization. Finding these individuals isn't as hard as you might think. All it takes is viewing your customers in a new light.

If you don't understand where your recruiting dollars are being spent and if you don't measure the effectiveness of those dollars, you could be pouring those dollars down the drain. Donald M. Herrmann, Jr., VP of HR for Pendum, Inc. (Denver, CO), shared how he cut recruiting costs almost in half.

When good employees leave for greener pastures, it makes a manager’s job much more difficult. Managers can prevent this syndrome by doing what they can to make their own pasture the greenest. While compensation helps, it’s not always cash that makes pastures greener. When salaries are equal with the marketplace, other factors take priority. Here […]

A recent survey found that potent scents ranked #4 on the list of employees’ workplace pet peeves. Yet for some who suffer from multiple chemical sensitivity, strong odors aren’t just an annoyance—they’re a real health concern. Is it serious enough to warrant ADA accommodation?

Supervisors faced with difficult employees can’t always put aside their emotions. That’s why it’s best for everyone involved if HR takes the lead investigating employee infractions and decides on the appropriate discipline. A prompt, fair and dispassionate investigation by HR professionals is the key to avoiding unnecessary lawsuits ...

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