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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. What areas should we cover in our electronic communications policy? ...

Q. I recently read an article about employees who were attacked at work by other employees who never should have been hired in the first place. How can an employer reduce its risk of liability for negligent hiring? ...

Workplace bullying has existed for as long as mean people have worked alongside others. Only recently, however, has it emerged as an issue for the courts to handle — it's now a significant liability hazard for employers. Here's how to institute a "no-jerks" rule at work that can help stop bullies.

Employers often have to balance the rights of divergent protected groups in ways that seem impossible. Consider what happens when a local ordinance says you cannot discriminate against an employee based on sexual orientation, while state and federal law says you cannot discriminate against someone for a sincerely held religious belief ...

Paying for a child’s college education is a top priority for many middle-age employees. Fortunately, your company might be able to lighten the load. Create a private foundation to provide educational grants to employees’ children. So long as you meet certain requirements, the amounts are tax free to the employees.

Employers and employees alike often misunderstand North Carolina’s legal requirements concerning vacation benefits. Those misunderstandings often can become emotional and heated. The best way to avoid such disputes is to publish a clear vacation benefits policy based on a solid understanding of North Carolina law ...

Q. When and how must I deliver a fired employee’s final paycheck? ...

Q. A worker who was injured on the job but now is better is refusing to return from leave. What can we do? ...

Q. I suspect that an employee out on workers’ compensation is lying about the extent of her injury. May I require the employee to have another medical examination? ...

Q. Is there any limitation on how long workers’ compensation leave may go on? ...

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