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Title VII’s sex discrimination prohibition originally didn’t include sexual orientation, but recent cases indicate the High Court may change that.
Since most taxpayers’ blood pressure rises with a letter from the IRS, here are some explanataions around the IRS notices for business and payroll.
Employers are using every trick possible to lure the best employees. One increasingly popular move: expanding severance packages to separated employees.
Employers haven’t worried as much about being sued by the EEOC in smaller, less unique cases. But that’s all changing.
The Department of Labor collects $85 million a day from employers that violate the Fair Labor Standards Act. How many of those dollars are yours?
Paid leave laws have emerged as one of the biggest human resource headaches. Fortunately, you can develop a compliant paid time off policy.
Is the Google suite right for your office? Check out this comparison of the three main programs before you make any moves.
Expert employment law attorney, Nancy Delogu, answers human resource and management's legal questions about exempt employees, I-9s and alcohol in the workplace.
Employers must run FMLA leave concurrently with any paid leave an employee takes for an FMLA-qualifying condition, according to a new opinion letter.
Instead of trying to oust a negative employee, try these tips to identify the root cause behind the bad attitude.
Intermittent FMLA leave abuse can wreak workplace havoc. But take heart. There are ways to manage intermittent FMLA leave in ways that rein in abuse.
Take these lessons from real-life termination lawsuits as reminders and tips for the next time you find yourself building a case to fire.
Negative performance reviews are a vital to an employee’s career development. Streamline your review writing process with this list of 90 sample phrases.
It's graduation season! We're welcoming recent college grads to the working world with tips on how to avoid these 5 common mistakes.
Leave buy back programs raise a lot of questions about rate of pay and overtime. Here's some guidance.
Recent research indicates workplace wellness programs may benefit employees, but they don’t necessarily improve organizational effectiveness.
Tax bills from the House usually go to the Senate to die. The Taxpayer First Act of 2019 (H.R. 1957), however, may be the exception to the rule.
The president of a talent firm believes chasing unhappy people sends the wrong message as an organization. Instead, he suggests a stay conversation strategy.
What better to way to learn good minute-taking techniques than checking out some sample meeting minutes?
Often, managers are asked to make do with less which almost always leads to job burnout. Rather than wait it to happen, try to prevent it with these steps.
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