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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.

Rodney Smith was told he was being fired from his probation officer's job because he violated the employer's drug and alcohol policy. In court, the county claimed Smith was fired for ...
After Charlotte Chenoweth was diagnosed with epilepsy, her doctor ordered her not to drive until it was under control. Because her nursing job involved driving to different sites to review files, ...
After negotiations to open a new restaurant, a company gave chef Roland Schnider a final draft of a three-year employment agreement that covered salary, benefits, bonuses and an ownership interest in ...
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision that the PGA Tour must allow disabled golfer Casey Martin to ride in a cart during tournaments isn't based on employment law, but that doesn't mean ...
Whom do you consider to be supervisors at your company? It's a question you'll have to take a fresh look at in light of a new U.S. Supreme Court decision....
Even if a recruiter courts you like a VIP, research your potential employer thoroughly before accepting a job offer.

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?
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 ...
The National Labor Relations Board recently made it more difficult for employers to withdraw recognition of an incumbent union. For the past 50 years, employers needed only a good-faith belief ...