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.

Issue: A poorly worded insurance policy can spark age discrimination lawsuits. Risk: If your policy excludes members of a protected class (age, race, gender, etc.)...
New research shows that dishonesty hurts the bottom line much more than anybody thought, and leaders who teach or allow dishonest tactics will suffer the consequences.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) just released a 27-minute training video that offers practical ways for businesses to identify violence-at-work risk factors and keep employees safe.
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Hiring negotiations can be a complex game. And in their zeal to convince someone to leave one job to take another, hiring managers may be tempted to go overboard.
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Issue: The wording used in your employment policies. Risk: Overly vague language makes it difficult for employees to comply and makes you more vulnerable ...
With all the talk about new federal overtime-eligibility rules, remember this: Some states set their own rules that may contradict federal law. In such cases, you must follow whichever law is ...

Here's an easy-but-effective strategy for helping managers make better hiring decisions: Give them a quick reminder before the interview about the potential ...

Issue: In harassment and discrimination lawsuits, courts examine whether your training is effective, frequent or formal enough. Risk: Simply having a ...
It's important that managers catch their employees doing things right — and offer praise and recognition. You can expand the impact of that motivation by helping employees recognize each other.
Employers may be seeing some signs of an improved economy, but they're not ready to commit to higher pay increases just yet, according to a new compensation-planning survey of 1,600 employers ...