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As flu season peaks, absences due to influenza are estimated to cost employers more than $17 billion in lost productivity. Here's how to protect your staff and prevent chronic absenteeism.
401k and HRA changes are part of the new proposed compensation and benefits regulations and related guidance issued by the IRS, the Department of Labor and the Department of Health and Human Services.
This is not a feminist rant or a personal pity party. Jennifer Crimmins shares how her natural leadership behavior is viewed, and how she reframes the negativity.
These recent court cases are a good reminder that under the Whistleblower Protection Act, employees have a legal right to blow the whistle without retaliation or harassment.
Now that the most updated Microsoft Office (Office 2019) is available, you may be wondering if it’s time to move ahead. The short answer is “yes.” Still trying to convince management that it’s worth doing? Here are some points to make.
Our employment law expert tackles intermittent FMLA, employee request to reduce hours and FMLA threshold compliance in this roundup of Ask the Attorney.
Leaders are often mistakenly viewed as the experts who have the answer. Leadership development coach Rebecca Teasdale suggests it's time they start asking the questions instead.
Need to reign in your company's devices? Try one of these top mobile device management systems in 2019.
From smart time management to simple business etiquette - mark your calendar with these tasks to make 2019 your best year yet.
Recent DOL Opinion Letters bring back up the importance of the reasonable relationship test for exempt employees and how to use it to figure compensation.
New research suggests the annual performance review is getting a makeover that includes shortening the process and adding peer-to-peer components.
While Title VII of the Civil Rights Act doesn't mention marital status, it can be the basis of a bias claim.
Never discount the possibility that some of your supervisors may be completely clueless about the legal trouble they might cause while managing pregnant staff.
Preparation is key to building a top-flight team, whether it’s with three people or several dozen. And one of the first issues to address is separating teamwork fact from fiction.
Make lactation time and space a priority for 2019.
Innovation is a fleeting concept that eludes most companies. Here are 5 ways that prevent innovation from ever seeing the light of day at your company.
As flu season hits it's peak, double-check your company sick leave policies: Employees who are out with the flu may be entitled to FMLA leave.
A recent settlement shows just how much the DOL dislikes seeing employers game the system by trying to classify employees as independent contractors.
In early November, the Department of Labor issued four opinion letters in in response to employer requests about the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Employees generally do not respond favorably to any perk cuts. Try these 3 tips if you're tasked with delivering the bad news.
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