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HR Management

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Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.
More women than men have a second job of some kind.
The EEOC has recently taken the position that allowing disabled employees to telecommute may be a reasonable accommodation. That’s fine for employers that are set up for telecommuting. But for other employers, establishing a telecommuting option can be complicated, expensive and—maybe—completely impractical.
The former HR director for HighPoint Solutions, a medical technology consulting firm headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, faces charges she wrote fraudulent checks totaling $919,301.
The chief of the Harris County, Texas prosecutor’s Misdemeanor Department has been disciplined for making inappropriate comments to female employees.
Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that occurred in its wake mean weeks or months of clean-up, repair and rebuilding for Texas employers and employees. That will be dangerous work that will likely expose workers to hazardous conditions.
These official resources can help make the process as safe as possible.
The results of a recent Quest Diagnostics study serve as a reminder to re-examine your drug and alcohol policies and programs to include education, prevention and treatment components, and to revise your testing procedures.
When disciplining employees, try to stick to objective facts. For example, if a worker isn’t abiding by a dress code, state what rule she is violating. Keep the editorial comments to yourself.
Some supervisors hate including negative feedback in performance reviews of good employees. But nearly everyone has some room for improvement. It’s up to HR to insist on accurate evaluations, including negative feedback when warranted.
The American workplace is physically and emotionally taxing, with workers frequently facing unstable work schedules, unpleasant and potentially hazardous working conditions, and an often hostile social environment, according to a new study.
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