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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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Employees often have personal items mailed to them at work rather than home for a variety of reasons. Perhaps no one is around during the day to receive a package and they're concerned about it being left on their front step. Or maybe they're trying to surprise their spouse with a gift. Or, instead, they're trying to hide something from their spouse. Employees should be warned that they can't hide it from their employer, if they choose to have it sent to work.

The Florida Supreme Court has upheld an employee’s right to sue his or her employer directly for intentional torts even when the same employee receives workers’ comp for the injury ...

A Sarasota doctor’s office employee who knew she was about to be fired shot and killed her office manager, then went home and killed herself on her patio ...

A teenage girl who worked in a Coral Springs McDonald’s is suing the franchise holder after her store manager, Hector Figueroa, carried on a sexual relationship with her for nearly a year ...

Pinellas Park city officials are taking flack over their decision to fire Tom Parmentier, Jr., a public works technician, for appearing as “Tom the Tree Man” in several crude Internet videos ...

When Colin Bruley, a leasing agent for the Jacksonville apartment complex where he lives, heard a woman screaming that she’d been shot, he grabbed his shotgun and ran to help ...

For the first time, the state of Florida has passed a leave law that affects the private sector. The newly minted Domestic Violence Leave Law provides time off to employees who suffer domestic abuse ...

The U.S. Supreme Court created a big fuss last year by ruling that time used to put on or remove some work clothes and safety gear outside actual work hours might be compensable time. Many employers changed the way they calculated pay ...

While the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) overtime provisions apply to the vast majority of employees in the United States, there are some exemptions ...

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