Human Resources

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The end of the year saw a flurry of activity from workplace reg­­ulators in New York. Employers should note several recent legal developments.
Just because a fired worker and his boss are of different races doesn’t mean discrimination has occurred.
Large employers operating in Sacramento can expect to pay their workers at least $10.50 per hour in 2017 after the city council voted to raise the city’s minimum wage from the current $9 per hour.
Federal contractors face two January compliance mandates affecting employee pay.
Never indefinitely delay addressing a disability accommodation request. In fact, you should make a decision as quickly as possible so the employee can’t accuse you of failure to accommodate through inaction.
The EEOC achieved record results in its enforcement efforts during fiscal year 2015, which ended Sept. 30.

Today's new payroll numbers show that employers are confident in bringing on that extra employee or two, expecially at this time of year. But too often, part-timers don't get the same HR attention as full-timers. If your organization employes lots of part-timers or seasonal staff, consider these tips ...

U.S. employers continue to struggle to change the lifestyle behaviors of their employees, according to a new Towers Watson survey.
A single, isolated comment—especially if the speaker isn’t a co-worker or supervisor—isn’t sufficient grounds for alleging discrimination. Complaining about it doesn’t amount to protected activity.
Are you throwing a holiday party for your employees this year? The year-end Christmas bash is less common than it once was.
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