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Q. We have an exempt employee who is consistently late a few times a week, arriving anywhere from a few minutes to a couple of hours late. Can we discipline him for being consistently late? In addition, can we require him to work at set times—for example from 9 am to 5 pm? ...

The FMLA allows employers to designate time off as FMLA leave even if employees want to use other time off (such as vacation and personal days) to deal with serious health issues. But be careful—if the time off turns out to be for a health condition that wasn’t serious and you later deny FMLA leave because the employee has none in the bank, she can charge you with interference with her FMLA rights ...

An Ohio Office of Management and Budget intern was fired, and a manager has resigned after someone broke into the intern’s car and stole a computer disc containing sensitive state payroll and accounting information ...

You know exactly what to buy for your best friend, but when it comes to holiday shopping for co-workers, you’re stumped.
Getting along with the boss should be one of a front-line manager's top priorities. Do you need to improve your relationship? We offer some ways to get started.
Are you spending enough time on the things that are really important to you? Or does your time get eaten up by routine, trivial tasks?

Employers that tell workers to “start looking for another job” may find themselves paying unemployment compensation when the employees do just that—by quitting right away instead of waiting for the pink slip ...

You probably heard about last month’s big $11.6 million sexual harassment verdict against former basketball star and New York Knicks coach Isiah Thomas. The bad news: Your employees heard about it, too … and it planted a seed in their minds. Will they see your organization’s pockets as the path to a similar windfall? ...

One of the most overlooked record-keeping strategies is planning what to do in case of a data breach. The "it won't happen to us" attitude prevents employers from giving just as much thought to creating a data breach action plan as they do to making sure they adhere to federal and state record-keeping requirements.

Snag the best table in the house when making a reservation on behalf of your boss.

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