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Human Resources

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Get that raise

by on June 1, 2001 9:30am
in Hiring,Human Resources

What’s the best way to get a raise in a tight-budget environment?
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Sprint wasn't ignorant of sexual harassment. The company had distributed a human resources policy guide to all employees in 1990 and posted it in all offices. Its code of ethics urges ...
Don't wait until someone questions his exempt status to check whether you've been making improper pay deductions and then try to correct the situation. Although there's a "window of correction" ...
Don't leave any doubt about when workers are on vacation. Michael Pelletier's employer fired him after 20 years on the job, claiming he failed to show up for three days ...
Tri-Me Transportation was the company that paid Geri Heinemeier and the one she listed as her employer. When Heinemeier sued the company for sexual harassment, the judge ordered Tri-Me to ...
Don't rest if a discrimination suit against you doesn't claim retaliation from the outset. The employee can usually add it later, if the retaliation is related to the initial complaint. A ...
A supervisor reviewing reports on job applicants with two other employees noted that one candidate had told a co-worker, "I hear that making love to you is like making love to ...
Starting today, plan to revise your anti-harassment policies and instruct your staff that harassment based on a worker's disability is against the law. Reason: In a pair of landmark rulings, two ...