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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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Under federal law, to prove he had to endure a hostile environment, a worker has to prove the hostility was severe or pervasive. That’s not the case under New York City’s Human Relations Law.
New regulations designed to reduce workplace violence in California health care facilities took effect April 1.
Sometimes, a marginal worker shows promise and immediate termination isn’t warranted. Plus, you’re concerned that a lawsuit may follow the firing. In such cases, consider drafting a last-chance agreement for the employee.
Not too many workers are absolutely wild about their benefits packages.
Q. Our company policy is not to pay an employee for unused vacation time if the employee resigns without giving the required two weeks’ notice. A former employee has challenged this policy and is threatening to take the company to court. Is this policy lawful?
In late March, President Trump signed into law a bill that will allow states to drug test recipients of unemployment benefits under certain circumstances.
Health insurance remains the employer-provided benefit employees value most, followed by retirement savings.
A bill working its way through the House of Representatives would allow private-sector employers to offer comp time in lieu of overtime pay.
If you make an employment offer to a worker from a temp agency after observing her work for a few months, be sure to count the earlier time towards FMLA eligibility.
There’s nothing wrong with accommodating and requesting more information at the same time.
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