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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Having trouble finding the best way to explain to employees that it’s in their best interest to maintain a harassment-free environment? Try this persuasive sentence: Co-workers who participate in discriminatory conduct can be held personally liable for damages. Or explain it this way: If co-workers name-call, harass or otherwise discriminate against another co-worker, their assets—house, car and personal possessions—are on the line ...

Rent a room near the office for the night. Under a new IRS ruling, you can deduct the cost of the room as an employee business expense. If your company foots the bill, the payment is tax-free to you as a “working-condition” fringe benefit. (IRS Notice 2007-47)
5 real-life successful ideas
Even if your small business has never been very environmentally or socially conscious before, now’s a great time to jump on the green bandwagon.
No single federal law governs job applications.
No one ever wants to hear about a downsizing or a reorganization. If it happens to you, though, would you be prepared to step into the job market?
Having a hard time finding seasonal help this summer?
Bullying in the office is alive and well, according to recent statistics.
Small businesses—especially those in the hospitality, restaurant and specialty retail industries—have been victimized by a new round of scammers who sell workplace health and safety posters they claim are mandatory.
Before you pay a consultant to create a great working environment for your people, make sure you’re offering these three basics:
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