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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.

Our human resource management articles can help you vastly improve your human resources planning, HR policies, and human resource training.

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Oh the times they are a-changing. As Boomers begin to age out of the traditional workforce, Millennials are moving up the lines to take their place in leadership positions. An interesting trend is beginning to emerge.

The Minnesota state legislature is considering outlawing virtually all cellphone use behind the wheel.
Health care costs rose an average of 11% for U.S. employers in 2017.
Employers get to set the workplace rules and, generally, employees have to follow them. As long as you can show you explained the rules to employees, they can’t later argue they didn’t know which rules applied to them.
OSHA is reminding employers of their obligation to post OSHA Form 300A, which summarizes their 2016 job-related injuries and illnesses.
Not only will good documentation help you provide more direct feedback to employees, your copious records could help save the organization in case of an employee’s lawsuit.
Performance reviews are an excel­lent time to exchange important information with employees. But to be effective, there must be a genuine exchange.
If you are looking to convert a freelancer or contract worker to a salaried position, make sure that you have established these guidelines before you extend the offer.
Romance in your workplace may be more common than you think.
The United States ranks solidly in the middle of the pack among 72 nations rated in the latest Program for International Student Assessment.
Do you have current job descriptions for every position on your team? If they're more than six months old, you may have a lot to gain by updating them.
Professionals with between one and two years on the job are less happy, less interested in their work and more stressed than those still in their first year.
The engineer of the passenger train that derailed in Philadelphia in May 2015, killing eight people, has sued Amtrak, claiming it failed to provide a safe work environment.
What should happen if a physical altercation in the workplace ends with one employee securing a restraining order against the other? Can you fire the apparent instigator for breaking workplace rules against fighting? Will that expose you to liability?
Good luck convincing your millennial employees to accept transfers to other locations.
Too much stress is the No. 1 reason people quit their jobs, according to a Towers Watson study of 93 large employers.
Having archives of social media postings could help avoid legal trouble.
Since courts analyze noncompetes under standard contract interpretation principles, the language beyond the exchange of consideration can also be critical to the enforceability of an agreement.
Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.
A case we covered last month—see “Consistently apply progressive discipline” in the January 2017 issue of Texas Employment Law—has now gone to trial.
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