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.
Studies show that employees who keep their jobs after a round of layoffs tend to view their benefits package less highly. Nip that attitude in the bud by distributing a personalized ...
The legal risks of providing references on ex-employees has caused some companies to put up a "No references" sign. That's not a smart move. Eventually, refusing ...
Issue: Community colleges provide high-quality employee training at a reasonable cost.
Benefit: Employees learn new skills and feel more loyal to your organization ...
More than 200 "diploma mills" operate online churning out phony degrees, often with very official-sounding college names. In fact, a survey by an AT&T corporate trainer revealed that HR professionals were ...
In this post-Enron world, it’s important to show your staff (and
possibly, a court) that you’re serious about being a good corporate
Ever wonder if you’re being set up for a lawsuit? You might be if one of your employees has got you thinking about letting her work from home instead of coming to the workplace. Why? Because if you don’t set it up just right, a crafty plaintiff attorney— like me—may come knocking on your door.
Issue: Protecting your organization’s secrets from competitors and preventing staff from jumping to the competition.
Risk: Noncompetes won’t stick if they’re overly broad or cover too many employees.
Action: Determine which key employees could walk out with the most damaging information.
Issue: Avoiding liability for accidents and injuries at your company.
Risk: Big court damages if the injured person can prove your negligence.
Action: Fix potential hazards; warning signs and waivers won’t save you.
You’d think wanting your work force to look healthy and in reasonable
shape would be good for business, especially if your employees work
face to face with customers or clients. Not necessarily, if a recent
court case is any indication.
Issue: Laws applying to Web site sales and promotion are evolving.
Risk: You could face civil lawsuits, government fines of up to $500,000, jail time and the loss of your site’s copyright.
Action: Audit your site’s legal compliance, starting with these five problem areas.