Human Resources

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New York University is one of eight large universities facing litigation over its retirement plan.
Two employees at Middletown, N.Y.-based Oprandy’s Fire & Safety Equipment suffered severe injuries when a compressed gas cylinder they were filling exploded.
Are those employees who come in early, stay late and work superhuman hours charting the quickest path to an illustrious career?
To help you decide whether an illness or injury rises to the level of a serious condition that triggers the need for FMLA leave, you can require employees to provide FMLA medical certification. But what happens if employees use that initial FMLA certification to take intermittent leave in a suspicious pattern?
Smart employers follow a regular policy of computer-file purging to keep the organization’s network free of unnecessary data. But what if your organization thinks it may be a lawsuit target?
Customers may not always be right. But it’s wise to document their complaints at the time they make them.
As long as you get expert legal help creating a valid arbitration agreement, Texas courts will probably enforce it.
Clearly document any economic reasons for discharging older employees. Be especially careful if you are keeping younger workers who may earn more than the older employees.
Sure it’s frustrating when an employee gripes about general workplace problems. Don’t let that frustration spill over into retaliation. If the worker is making a good-faith complaint about alleged discrimination or harassment, he’s protected from retaliation.
Q. If an employee makes four mistakes in a short period of time, can the employer ask, ‘Is everything OK at home?’ This person does office work, not factory, so it’s not a safety issue.
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