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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Being dubbed the country’s most fiscally unfit state last year hasn’t dampened New Jersey’s appetite for hiring ...

The Senate Budget Committee approved a bill May 24 that would grant paid family leave to the employees of most New Jersey businesses ...

Last December, the New Jersey Legislature amended the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) to protect people from adverse treatment due to “gender identity or expression” ...

In a decision sure to create additional litigation troubles for New Jersey employers, the New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that Wal-Mart must defend itself against a huge class-action lawsuit involving so-called off-the-clock pay violations ...

A disk containing the names, addresses, Social Security numbers, salaries and other personal information for all Lucent employees in the United States went missing in Somerset County between April 5 and May 3 ...

A Middlesex County jury awarded $1.9 million to Perth Amboy police officer Guadelupe Munoz for racial insults and jokes he suffered after becoming the department’s first Mexican-American officer in 2000 ...

The township of River Vale settled a lawsuit with Police Chief Aaron Back over harassment by former Mayor George Paschalis. Back testified that Paschalis repeatedly threatened to fire him ...

As the population gets older, age discrimination cases are sure to become more commonplace. Some tried-and-true administrative processes can discourage those claims ...

Q. I have an employee who hurt her neck, went to the doctor and never came back. However she has been in contact with me and keeps me updated. She has been out for three months, and had surgery a couple weeks after her injury. She told me she would not be returning for a few more weeks. In the meantime I received an unemployment claim form from her. We denied it because we did not let her go. Do any Pennsylvania laws state she can collect unemployment?

Twenty years ago, an employee might have expected his employer to reward long years of service with a secure retirement. That’s no longer the case ...