Human Resources

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You're free to assign employees based on their foreign-language ability. For example, you can assign bilingual Spanish-speaking employees to serve customers who
speak Spanish.
But remind managers not to ...
When employees tell you they're ready to return from leave taken under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), restore their jobs as soon as possible. Once employees are capable of ...
Issue: You'll soon be allowed to process and store I-9 forms electronically. Benefit: Save time and money on I-9 processing, especially if your organization ...
Current law requires you to obtain a handwritten signature from each new hire on an I-9 Form to verify the person's work eligibility. And you must retain each I-9 in paper ...
Here's a vexing question faced by many HR professionals: Can employees be considered "disabled" under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) even if their disability can be controlled by medication or ...
Issue: In their zeal to lure top-shelf applicants, hiring managers may embellish on the pay, perks and promotion opportunities. Risk: Failing ...
As the person you’re interviewing starts to answer your first question, you’ve already made a preliminary call about whether he or she would make a good hire.
The hot new game of diversity marketing is old hat for Mike Hanika. His company, Appliance Sales & Service Co. in San Francisco, employs a staff of 17 who speak 16 languages, including Arabic, Lebanese and Armenian.
Expect the presidential election outcome to produce a small economic boost in certain industries, according to a new survey by outplacement consulting firm ...
Your organization counts on its supervisors to motivate employees. But that doesn't give supervisors free rein to use whatever tactics necessary. As the following case proves, you have the right, and, ...