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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The road to recovery from the economic downturn may be rocky, but employers aren’t cutting benefits to stay solvent.
Sometimes, there are several ways to  accommodate a disabled employee. As long as the one the em­­­­ployer chooses is reasonable, the employee can’t claim an ADA violation.
When you need to fill a position, don’t put together a rushed job ad. Follow this process to craft a job description that will attract top talent:
Being fired isn’t an easy thing for employees to handle. With emotions running high, some situations escalate quickly. Be prepared to handle emotional outbursts.
Q. We are hiring a new employee and I understand that I have to give her a “Mandatory Wage Notice.” What information do I need to include on the notice?
Stay-at-home mothers are increasingly rare, and highly educated, relatively well-off mothers who stay at home are the rarest of the rare.
Prompt, fair resolution of harassment complaints is the best way to prevent litigation—and defend yourself if a lawsuit happens anyway.
Q. Are we free to institute any mandatory dress code that we’d like?
American employees are ingenious wasters of time. A new poll has identified the worst workplace time-sucks.
Democrats in the House and Senate have introduced the Schedules that Work Act, which would give nonexempt employees the right to request flexible work schedules without fear of retaliation.
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