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Even if your company has avoided layoffs, it's still time to rethink whether your severance plan is achieving ...
A video services company fired Kent Furnish for poor job performance due to problems ranging from weak communication skills to frequent breakdowns of the systems he installed. Furnish claimed the company ...
Layoffs that aren't handled well can trigger lawsuits, particularly if workers feel they weren't treated fairly. But a recent survey shows that businesses are taking many steps to ease the impact. ...
Companies typically get a return on investment of $3 for every dollar they spend improving workplace safety. But new research shows many companies place too little priority on accident causes that ...

Even if you draft airtight employment policies and provide expert training, your company could still end up among the increasing number of businesses facing ...

Now’s not the time to crack down on employees’ expressions of patriotism.
When you’re promoted to the giddy heights of senior management, don’t gloat. Acknowledge your limitations from Day 1.
Twenty former Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) employees won back overtime pay when they sued under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The workers successfully argued that they were wrongly classified as exempt ...
Whether you have a work force of three or 3,000, any time you let a worker use your e-mail or Internet service, you're putting your company at risk for lawsuits and ...
My boss’ standards are way too low. She’s lax and far too accepting of average work—by myself and other managers.
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