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Human Resources

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Alexander Acosta became the nation’s 27th secretary of labor April 28.
A member of the NLRB since 2013, Philip A. Miscimarra has been serving as acting chair since Jan. 23.
The House of Representatives on May 2 voted to allow most employers to offer compensatory time off in lieu of overtime pay when nonexempt employees work more than 40 hours in a week.
In theory, removing bias from the employment equation should enable employers to hire and manage the best employees based on knowledge, skills and abilities. Several HR-related artificial intelligence software packages attempt to do just that.
When an employee turns down an offer of a benefit of some sort, make sure you note that she did.
A bill before the Texas state legislature would give the state the power to nullify municipal ordinances protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual employees.
Saying that strict OSHA safety regulations make it “impossible to build anything,” President Trump has already begun rolling back workplace safety rules.
The bipartisan budget bill brokered May 1, which will keep the federal government open through the end of September 2017, lowered funding for the Department of Labor by $83 million compared to its 2016 budget.
While there is talk of eliminating certain agencies, it is not likely that OSHA will be on the chopping block. However, less regulation is likely.
Remind bosses that, along with the organization, they can be personally sued for sexual harassment. Plus, sometimes the employer may be found not liable, but the supervisor is.
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