Human Resources

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Starting in 2018, large employers and federal contractors will have to submit information about their pay practices to the EEOC.
Sixty percent of executives believe that HR has strategic value for their organizations.
As the economy has improved, hiring has increased and so have promotions.
Before firing anyone, ask yourself the following questions to gauge whether you could defend yourself in a wrongful discharge suit.
Government contractors must provide up to 56 hours of paid sick leave per year to employees working on federal contracts.
Employees who elect to continue their health insurance coverage after a work separation get to maintain that coverage even if the employer switches plans.
Generally, when the same supervisor who hired someone also made the decision to fire someone, courts apply a concept called the “same-actor theory.” If the employee’s protected characteristic was hidden, the same presumption doesn’t apply.
Employees who file EEOC suits can’t go back years with pay claims unless they can show some sort of continuing violation.  Merely having complained for years—even decades—about unfair pay isn’t enough.
If an employee alleges she lost her job during a reduction in force because of discrimination or retaliation, counter that claim by showing there were real economic reasons for letting her go.
The House of Representatives voted 246 – 177 on Sept. 28 to delay by six months implementation of new Department of Labor overtime rules that are set to take effect Dec. 1.
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