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HR Management

Strategic human resource management is the end product of success in conduction workplace investigations, vendor management, human capital management, and more.

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Q. We are working on updating our job descriptions for our production employees. Are there any legal considerations we should take into account? We do not have any job descriptions for our office employees. It is hard because those jobs change so much. Is this a problem?
Many companies provide fun employee outings to boost morale or show gratitude to their workforce. But what if an employee gets hurt during one of these events?
Sixty percent of executives believe that HR has strategic value for their organizations.
An effective document management system depends on knowing not only what to get rid of, but also when it’s permissible to get rid of the document.
More than nine out of 10 workers surveyed said that their workplace is a secure place to work.
The wearable technology revolution affects a host of seemingly unrelated employment law issues.
Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

You need two bulletin boards: One for official wage-and-hour posters and notices of employee rights, and another for employees to use as the organization’s “community” center.

Last November, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was given authorization to increase its penalties by up to 82%, to account for several decades’ worth of inflation.
The team members all understand what’s expected of them. But the group isn’t home free yet. There’s one more piece of the puzzle left: responding to change.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued interim guidance for employers to help protect employees against the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
For many employers, absenteeism is a constant problem. You know you must give employees some slack, but, to make sure the work gets done, you need to know who’s going to show up and who isn’t.
Following years of declines, the percentage of employees in the combined U.S. workforce testing positive for drugs has steadily increased over the last three years to a 10-year high.
More than a third (37%) of U.S. workers report they’ve been bullied at work and, they say, the majority (72%) of bullies are bosses, says a survey by Zogby International.
A recent survey by the Society for Human Resource Management reported a sharp uptick in political volatility in their workplaces this year.
Employers that consistently enforce their rules fare best when they are sued over alleged discriminatory discipline.
Your employees likely fall into one of three groups when it comes to training: vacationers, prisoners or willing learners. How can you convert your vacationers and prisoners into willing learners?
For the sixth time in the last 10 years, Houston-based Oscar Renda Contractors faces OSHA safety violations involving unsafe trenching practices.
It costs American employers an average of $4,129 to hire a new employee, a process that on average takes 42 days, according to the Society for Human Resource Management’s new Human Capital Benchmarking Report.
La Espiga de Oro, a Houston-area tortilla bakery, faces $106,700 in fines for multiple safety violations following an inspection by OSHA investigators who descended on the plant after receiving tips about unsafe working conditions.
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