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Human Resources

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Demanding more than the standard medical certification may amount to interference with an employee’s right to take FMLA leave, as a recent federal appeals court case demonstrates.
A new survey shows that 72% of employers expect that some roles within talent acquisition and human capital management will become completely automated within the next 10 years.
Q. My employees receive one week of paid vacation per year. Since I cannot have a use-it-or-lose-it policy, can I just cap vacation accrual at five days?
What should happen if a physical altercation in the workplace ends with one employee securing a restraining order against the other? Can you fire the apparent instigator for breaking workplace rules against fighting? Will that expose you to liability?
The engineer of the passenger train that derailed in Philadelphia in May 2015, killing eight people, has sued Amtrak, claiming it failed to provide a safe work environment.
Legislative action in Harrisburg could moot the new law banning employers from asking potential hires about their salary histories.
The average balance in U.S. employees’ 401(k) savings plans is $92,500, up about 5% from a year ago.
Good luck convincing your millennial employees to accept transfers to other locations.
With the nomination of Alexander Acosta to head the Department of Labor, the race is on to figure out where he stands on issues important to employers.
Employers that don’t respond to a former employee’s lawsuit are making a big mistake—even if they truly believe the lawsuit has no merit.
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