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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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Farmingdale Auto Collision and its owners have agreed to settle charges the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by not paying overtime pay as required by the law.
Good news and bad news from the April unemployment report.
The Trump administration says it plans to make another 15,000 H-2B guest worker visas available this year.
The New York Workers Compensation Board has changed its interpretation of regulations governing collection of employee contributions to the state’s paid family leave fund.
Make clear to your supervisors that it’s unlawful to punish employees because they raise complaints about customer or worker safety.
Sweltering summer weather may be hard to remember when much of the country is in the grip of Arctic blasts, but heat-related illness is a significant work hazard.
Kaiser Permanente, the California-based managed care giant, is by far the nation’s largest group health insurance carrier, according to a new analysis by Employee Benefit News and data analytics firm miEdge.
Only 52% of employees say they understand their health benefits, according to a new survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
Is your HR department understaffed or overstaffed? Here's a formula to correctly calculate your organization HR-to-employee ratio.
A federal court has concluded it doesn’t have the right to disqualify an arbitrator from hearing a case before a decision has been made. It’s another indication that courts aren’t eager to micromanage arbitrations.
The ADA and the Pennsylvania Human Rights Act protect disabled workers from harassment based on their disability. Make sure everyone, including co-workers and supervisors, understands they cannot punish a disabled employee for taking leave.
A survey of 1,200 Americans by LendEDU asked what they’d give up or do exchange for a 10% raise on their annual salary.
Employee performance and effort are now at the lowest levels seen since 2010, according to surveys conducted by the Gartner business research firm.
A federal jury in Brooklyn unanimously ruled in favor of employees at a New York insurance company who objected when they were forced to practice a religion conceived by the firm’s CEO.
Company supervisors who make family leave decisions and manage FMLA administration can be held personally liable for violations. Until now, it was unclear in California whether that liability extended to supervisors who administer the FMLA at public agencies. It is now clear it does.
Signature Industrial Services, a refinery services company in Beaumont, faces an EEOC lawsuit after it fired three brothers, allegedly because they have hemophilia.
What first impression do you give new employees? You can start new hires feeling organized and in the know before their first day on the job by sending a welcome package in the mail.
You may think having a solid sexual harassment policy is all it takes to thwart a sexual harassment lawsuit. Not if the policy isn’t being followed!
Millennials—born between 1983 and 2000—make up more than one-third of the workforce.
The Obama-era regulation would have required financial advisors to put their clients’ interests first when offering guidance on retirement plans.
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