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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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 Florida Supreme Court has upheld an employee’s right to sue his or her employer directly for intentional torts even when the same employee receives workers’ comp for the injury ...

A Sarasota doctor’s office employee who knew she was about to be fired shot and killed her office manager, then went home and killed herself on her patio ...

A teenage girl who worked in a Coral Springs McDonald’s is suing the franchise holder after her store manager, Hector Figueroa, carried on a sexual relationship with her for nearly a year ...

Pinellas Park city officials are taking flack over their decision to fire Tom Parmentier, Jr., a public works technician, for appearing as “Tom the Tree Man” in several crude Internet videos ...

With a new federal minimum wage kicking in July 24, it’s time to change your FLSA poster. Your inbox (both e-mail and on your desk) is probably overflowing with offers from organizations hoping to sell you such posters.

Even though Ford Motor Company lost $12.7 billion last year, the Dearborn, MI-based automaker awarded “modest” performance awards in March to more than 115,000 employees ...

High gas prices and worries over job security have convinced more employees to take their vacations in short spurts this summer—a trend that might not be so good for your organization.