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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.

With the growing use of temps, part-timers, contractors and on-site consultants, your workplace may start to look like a public library.
If you have doubts about job candidates, say near the end of the interview, “I question whether you’re qualified for this job."
If you've tripped over the confusing rules surrounding the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the federal government is giving you a chance to right your wrongs ...
If you offer severance packages, don't assume workers want only money. With rising health care costs, they are choosing less severance pay and more outplacement benefits, such as continued health coverage. ...
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Web site now includes a list of 13,000 companies with the highest injury and illness rates. The goal: Shame companies ...
Katherine Thorson was fired for excessive absenteeism after missing four days of work due to stomach cramps and medical tests. All of her tests were normal, but weeks later (after her ...
While many companies train managers to identify the warning signs of violent behavior, only 24 percent offer such training to all employees, according to a recent ...
A fight with a co-worker drove Manuella Dionisio Reed to tears. She was so upset that she had to leave work and ended up in the hospital for days. Reed, ...
If your company offers a cafeteria benefits plan, examine new rules that the IRS and Treasury Department issued last month. The set of final regulations (T.D. 8878) and proposed regulations ...
Marvin Davis agreed to work overtime when he accepted a job under a collective bargaining agreement with Florida Power & Light Co. But after he aggravated his back ...