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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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Madison State Hospital had a nursing shortage on its night shift. To solve the problem, the state of Indiana commissioned a compensation study that helped it decide to raise the wages it paid to night shift nurses. Karen Ferguson, a nursing supervisor, filed a complaint with the State Employees’ Appeals Commission (SEAC), claiming that in many cases night nurses earned more than nursing supervisors ...

Complaints from employees, customers and competitors are nothing new in the business world. Until recently, if complaints crossed the line from mere opinions to false statements—that is, downright lies—companies could threaten a defamation lawsuit. Often, the mere threat of litigation will cause a disgruntled critic to back off. Today, however, companies face a more insidious and growing problem: Internet libel, commonly known as “cyber-slander.”

What would you do if an employee came to you saying that your company’s official anti-discrimination policy wasn’t actually keeping discrimination out of the workplace? That’s what happened to CEO Raymond W. Smith of Bell Atlantic.

Virginia-based Smithfield Foods Inc. has filed suit against the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW), alleging it waged a two-year campaign of extortion to force the company to unionize its hog slaughterhouse in Tar Heel ...

The U.S. State Department granted immunity from prosecution to Blackwater USA bodyguards involved in the September shootings that killed 17 Iraqi civilians. The immunity deal delayed a criminal inquiry into the events and will make it difficult to prosecute the security contractors ...

Construction company owner Paul Garrett, of Warne in western North Carolina, has been charged with conspiring to defraud Alabama Power Company (APCO) of $250,000 ...

The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) requires employers to notify workers of a mass layoff if the affected site has at least 50 employees. But the U.S. Labor Department regulations interpreting WARN specify that employees in the field belong to the office they report to. What happens, then, when a regional office employs just a handful of workers? ...

Employees whose jobs involve telling their employers that they may be violating laws aren’t necessarily protected from retaliation under North Carolina law or under the federal Title VII—if the reporting concerns areas covered by the Civil Rights Act or the Fair Labor Standards Act ...

If your company’s business strategy includes promotion from within and constant innovation, unambitious employees may serve as poor role models. You may, in fact, want to ease them out in favor of new employees. Before you do, consider ways to light a fire under the feet of complacent employees. Here’s why this is crucial ...

Employees injured while at work are entitled to medical treatment to correct those injuries. It turns out that treatment can include cosmetic surgery ...

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