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Human Resources

From employment law to compensation and benefits, FMLA and hiring and firing and more, Business Management Daily provides comprehensive Human Resources updates.

Discover how your colleagues – and competitors – are dealing with discrimination and harassment, employment law, benefits programs, and more.

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New overtime rules coming March 2019. DOL to raise salary threshold for paying overtime to white-collar workers. Here's what you need know today...
The DOL has released updated versions of its model FMLA certification and notice forms. Employers should begin using the new FMLA forms now.
Your managers probably know it’s unlawful to discriminate in hiring and firing based on a person’s age or disability. But what about repeated teasing based on those same characteristics?
Once an employee shows her need for religious accommodation, the burden shifts to the employer to show that it can't be accomplished without undue hardship. And that's a tough thing to do.
Are we about to add another category to the list of characteristics on which bias claims may be based? A recent study points to a disturbing trend.
The FMLA specifically grants time off to deal with medical issues. However, some disabled employees may be entitled to leave as an ADA reasonable accommodation.
The DOL claims AHPs will give small businesses some of the clout large employers enjoy when negotiating health benefits and rates.
Employees can’t be punished for taking FMLA leave. But what are their responsibilities to their jobs when they're out?
A female employee sued for sex discrimination when she felt that she was told to do her job more like a man. Did her case have enough merit?
Can disabled employees insist on lower production standards or the ability to do their jobs at their own pace?
FEMA Administrator Brock Long has promised to change the agency's culture after a controversy involving sexual harassment.
Is your hiring process clear? Do candidates understand exactly what they need to do to be considered for a job or promotion?
Don’t discount the possibility that this sort of casual transgression has a deeper basis than convenience.
A recent case from the 8th Circuit shows that sometimes, the best investigator isn't someone from your own HR department.
Managing migration projects such as this one demands many stakeholders and numerous decisions that must be made strategically.
A jury just awarded a record-setting sum to a California woman who, after 36 years on the job, was replaced by a much younger man.
As you evaluate your health insurance options for the upcoming year, consider whether to offer high-deductible health plans, coupled with health savings accounts. They can save big bucks for employers and employees alike.
When conducting layoffs, some employers give preference to more experienced workers. But do the disabled have a right to that preference?
The EEOC has reached a $975,000 settlement with two IHOP franchises in Illinois over allegations that management turned a blind eye to sexual harassment directed at teenage employees.
The National Labor Relations Board wants to revise the rule that determines if two employers can be considered joint employers for the purpose of deciding labor-management disputes.
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