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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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With summer quickly approaching, here's a quick look at what's expected for teen employment as well as fair warnings about unpaid internships.
Even as total EEOC charges declined dramatically in fiscal year 2018, sexual harassment claims soared. So what does this mean for employers?
An intimate look at older workers with tips on how to stay active and engaged, ageism in the workplace and what to do when faced with age discrimination.
The U.S. Department of Labor is having a busy spring with new proposals and opinion letters. All while facing a 10% budget cut from the White House.
Our expert attorney answers HR professionals' questions about filling out w-4 forms and final paychecks.
Here are some key Q&As from a new DOL fact sheet on the proposed changes.
Think twice before filing criminal charges against a former employee — you might find your organization on the receiving end of a prosecution lawsuit.
By hiring those who are truly high performers, our focus will begin shifting from employee engagement to maximizing quality-of-hiring.
Today is Equal Pay Day in America. So, why not take this day to double-check your Equal Pay Act compliance?
Before you move forward with any compensation adjustments in response to the new proposed federal salary threshold, check your overtime compliance.
The benefits of unlimited paid-time-off policies are obvious. But many of the legal risks they create are not.
In this month's Q&A, our expert attorney tackles FMLA, unused vacation payout and harassment training compliance.
These recent cases prove courts are becoming more sensitive to sexual discrimination claims that can have a real effect on careers and work environment.
Employers should start planning now how they will respond to the Department of Labor’s proposal to raise the overtime salary threshold.
The U.S. Supreme Court just rejected an equal pay lawsuit for a most unusual reason. Even so, employers can learn valuable pay equity lessons from the case.
Warning: Firing an employee while referencing use of FMLA leave may trigger a retaliation lawsuit.
Consider these tips for giving your most seasoned talent a boost. Time to cut ties? Keep these lessons from the courtroom on age discrimination in mind.
Late yesterday,  Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta released a press statement through the Department of Labor outlining a new proposal.
New research shows today’s job seekers are confident in their salary negotiation power, while employers have started to become less transparent in pay adjustments.
FMLA isn't just about maternity leave and medical concerns - but it does have its limitations. As employers can see in these recent court cases, it's important to document decisions and know what you can, and cannot do when it comes to the FMLA.
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