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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.

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When it comes to responding to sexual harassment, courts give employers considerable leeway. That doesn’t mean you can’t set extremely strict rules on your own.
Why can’t employers find workers to fill their positions when approximately 7.5 million Americans are unemployed, and millions more are working part-time because they can’t find a full-time job or have given up looking for work altogether?
A court has concluded that, for some jobs, full-time attendance is an essential function. When that’s the case, an employer has no obligation to create a part-time position to accommodate an employee’s disability.
Are you negotiating an employment contract with an applicant for a high-level position? If the applicant actively participates in that negotiation and makes counter-offers to the terms you propose, chances are a court won’t later throw out the agreement even if it includes an arbitration clause.
The key is a fast and effective response that keeps the situation from escalating.
The symptoms sound ominous: A Minnesota employer faces a lawsuit alleging it violated the ADA. The likely diagnosis: A manager veered way outside his lane, attempting to play doctor.
Thirty-eight percent of employers offer paid leave specifically intended to help new parents care for and bond with their children.
A Florida insurance brokerage has agreed to pay $100,000 and change its policies to settle charges it discriminated against a job applicant because of her pregnancy.
Third-generation owners Mark Godshall, Floyd Kratz and Ron Godshall said they were motivated to make the transfer as a way to preserve the company’s independence.
The United States continues to trail much of the world when it comes to the proportion of women in senior business roles.
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