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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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The time to prepare for a discharge lawsuit is long before it’s filed. Know that someday, someone will sue you. Prepare accordingly. You won’t know who will sue, or what protected class they will belong to, so you should cover all your bases. That means tracking the progress of every employee and every disciplinary action you take, no matter who the employee is ...

Exelon Corp. has decided to make security at its 10 nuclear power plants an internal function after private security guards at its Peach Bottom plant in York County were videotaped sleeping on the job. Exelon terminated its security contract with Florida-based Wackenhut Corp. ...

Q. We have an employee who claims she feels sick whenever she is at work. She attributes it to a mold allergy. What should I do? ...

Here’s a trap you should be aware of: An applicant who sues when he isn’t hired often keeps on applying—and then turns around and claims that you “blacklisted” him in retaliation for the lawsuit. Here’s how you should respond ...

It may seem terribly unfair, but an angry employee with a discrimination ax to grind may sue your organization in multiple forums for almost exactly the same alleged offense. That’s one good reason to get an attorney involved right away. Your lawyer can push early on to consolidate all the claims into one ...

As if you didn’t have enough to worry about when it comes to sexual harassment in the workplace. Now a federal court has ruled that Pennsylvania law allows harassed employees to sue their employers for intentional infliction of emotional distress, too ...

CVS Caremark Corp. was fined $226,000 by the U.S. Labor Department for changing employee timecards and violating child labor laws. The department found 43 violations at stores in Pennsylvania and six other states ...

Paying for a child’s college education is a top priority for many middle-age employees. Fortunately, your company might be able to lighten the load. Create a private foundation to provide educational grants to employees’ children. So long as you meet certain requirements, the amounts are tax free to the employees.

Fairness and equal treatment are basic tenets of the HR profession. But that doesn’t mean all discipline cases merit equal punishment, even if the offenses are superficially similar. You can—and often must—punish some rule breakers more severely than others. Just make certain you can justify the differences ...

Q. I own a small business with 27 employees. Last month I was forced to terminate one of my employees who had been caught stealing. Because I knew he was having some trouble at home, I agreed not to contest unemployment. However, I just received an e-mail from this former employee asking me tell to him, in writing, why I fired him. I cannot shake the feeling that I am being set up for something. After all, I told him during his termination meeting that he was being fired for stealing. Do I have to respond to this request? ...

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