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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Q. I am opening a restaurant and would like all of my employees who work in the front of the house to dress and groom themselves in a specific way. Am I required to make an exception for employees who dress and groom differently for religious reasons?
Q. One of our employees notified us that he will need to take leave under the FMLA. Can we require employees to give us more advance notice?
A Pennsylvania court has ruled that a former housekeeper can collect unemployment compensation even though she quit after a bottle-waving boss badgered her to take drug tests.
If you supervise employees in any capacity, there will come a time when you need to let someone go. Here are some tips for making the best of a bad situation.
A few stray comments in the workplace aren’t enough to taint every employment action. The comments have to be somehow tied to the employment action.
Wanting a promotion and earning a promotion are two different things. However, earning a promotion isn’t as hard as everyone perceives.
It can be as small as office supplies or as big as an embezzlement scheme, but your employees are likely stealing something from your company.
A guard at Lewisburg Federal Peni­­ten­­tiary has sued the Justice Depart­­ment after a federal inmate obtained his Social Security number and other personal data through a Freedom of Information Act request.
The EEOC has updated its enforcement guidance on retaliation for the first time since 1998.

Sometimes, a single word can undermine a whole handbook’s worth of attorney-approved policy and practice. Take “probation”—please!