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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.

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Two employees of the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles have been placed on leave following allegations that they passed over a more qualified candidate to hire a top official’s friend ...
To manage your workload, you need to know whether employees will show up for work. To avoid fraudulent call-offs, you may even require a personal call. But unless you are already suspicious—or have had problems with that particular employee abusing the system before—you shouldn’t single out one employee for discipline ...
After discouraging lobbyists from sending Christmas cards last holiday season, the State Ethics Commission has ruled that holiday cards are not gifts and may be sent to state officials without fear of violating state law ...
If you have an employee who obviously needs psychiatric intervention, you can demand he get outside help—if you can show his behavior is job-related and may affect his ability to do his job or do it safely ...
Employers and employees often wonder about the benefits and drawbacks of employment contracts. Most employees do not have employment contracts. However, contracts may be appropriate for company officers, management employees, salespeople and key employees. Who’s right for an employment contract? ...
Gov. Mitch Daniels has signed into law a new bill protecting breastfeeding mothers at work. The law, authored by state Sen. Vi Simpson, requires businesses with 25 or more employees to make a reasonable effort to provide a private place for mothers to express breast milk ...
Q. A former employee has filed a claim against our company in small claims court for unpaid wages. Can the HR manager handle this, or must we hire a lawyer? ...
Employers that knowingly hire illegal immigrants could lose their licenses under a bill approved by the Indiana House of Representatives in February ...
Q. I run a physician’s group, and one of our new doctors has informed me that a noncompetition agreement for physicians is unenforceable in North Carolina. Is that true? ...
A strike by workers at five American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings (AAM) plants in Michigan and New York led to temporary closures at more than a dozen General Motors (GM) plants in February and March ...
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