Human Resources

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The simple act of going to work takes a big bite out of everyone’s paycheck. Here's exactly how big.
Minimum wage rose in a number of different places on July 1.
Managing employee files can be a complicated, nerve-racking process.
There have been two recent developments in New York of particular interest to HR professionals.
Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.
Have you ever presented an employee the option to resign or get fired? Maybe you believed you were helping the employee to graciously exit the workplace without the embarrassment of a termination.
A 10-year veteran of the New York Police Department is suing after being fired for refusing to shave his beard.
Employers are required to take reasonable steps to stop comments that are particularly offensive. That doesn’t automatically mean you have to fire an offensive employee. You can discipline instead and hope that fixes the problem.
California employers must comply with both federal and state wage-and-hour laws.
The list includes terms such as “androgynous,” “gender bender,” “gender gifted,” “third sex” and “pangender.”
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