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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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Q. When and how must I deliver a fired employee’s final paycheck? ...

Q. A worker who was injured on the job but now is better is refusing to return from leave. What can we do? ...

Q. I suspect that an employee out on workers’ compensation is lying about the extent of her injury. May I require the employee to have another medical examination? ...

Q. Is there any limitation on how long workers’ compensation leave may go on? ...

Indiana employers, listen up! Pay your workers what you say you will pay them, or get ready to pay a lot more. Employees can sue for unpaid wages under the Indiana Wage Payment Act and collect three times their unpaid wages. That can add up quickly ...

Few things spur a discrimination suit as fast as a manager’s misplaced paternalistic comment. Remind supervisors that employees should choose for themselves what promotion or training opportunities they want to pursue. Presumptions about what they might prefer or would be comfortable doing don’t belong in the workplace ...

About half the states—including Indiana—have underfunded their retirement plans for public workers, according to Promises with a Price, a recent study by the Pew Center on the States. Indiana’s funding has been uneven in the past and stands at 64% ...

Employers are free to set reasonable no-call/no-show rules for all absences, including those that qualify for FMLA time off.  On the other hand, if you discharge someone for failing to follow a rule that doesn’t spell out exactly how you expect employees to call in, don’t be surprised if you end up embroiled in a long, time-consuming and expensive legal battle ...

Former employees of ousted Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith have filed a lawsuit seeking to keep Smith in office, claiming his successor, Kris Ockoman, did not meet the city’s one-year residency requirement before running for office ...

Sexual harassment cases continue to plague employers. Whether the harassment allegations involve a co-worker or a supervisor, the bottom line is simple: You need a two-part defense ...

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