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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If your organization has gone through a series of downsizings over the last few years, be sure to keep complete and accurate records ...

Disabled employees are entitled to reasonable accommodations, including the elimination of nonessential functions. But what if an employee is functioning at a lower level than the job requires? ...

Nothing will sink an employer’s case faster than a manager’s careless comment ...

Regulations governing employers' contributions into employees' health savings accounts (HSAs) were issued last year. Those regs left two questions for later — how can employers make comparable contributions into employees' HSAs if employees haven't established their HSAs by the end of a calendar year, and whether employers can accelerate their contributions if employees incur medical expenses that exceed the amount of employer contributions currently available to them. New proposed regs answer these two questions. You may rely on these regs until final regs are issued.

If your organization is like most, you probably have a few company social events like a summer picnic and a holiday party ...

Workers’ compensation benefits are the exclusive remedy for employees hurt on the job … unless a third party causes their injuries ...

Independent contractors aren’t eligible for workers’ compensation benefits paid by their contractor’s insurer, but employees are ...

The city of Chicago will pay approximately $12 million to settle a suit alleging it hired and promoted based on political affiliation ...

Suburban Carpentersville is considering an immigration ordinance that would allow the local government to revoke the business license of any employer hiring undocumented workers ...

In a startling court order, a judge has required a company to tell its customers about a sexual-harassment verdict that cost it more than $2.3 million ...