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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. An employee just came into HR demanding that we provide her with unlimited breaks for expressing milk. Is this true? She said she read it at the Minnesota Department of Labor website.
Many employers’ attendance policies assign an “occurrence” for unscheduled, unapproved absences. It is important to carefully craft such policies to avoid running afoul of antidiscrimination and anti-retaliation provisions found in state and local paid sick leave laws.
Here’s a warning for employers that have regular employees and independent contractors who perform the same kind of work: If you pay the employees overtime when they work more than 40 hours in a workweek while contractors only receive straight time, you may end up facing a Fair Labor Standards Act class-action lawsuit.
Achieving career goals placed dead last in a Harris Poll that asked what characterizes “living the good life.”
The EEOC has just filed a lawsuit alleging an employer retaliated against an employee for complaining about discrimination by rescinding an existing religious accommodation.
When the EEOC dismisses a former employee’s complaint and then notifies you that it has issued a right-to-sue letter, be sure to note the employee’s deadline for filing a federal lawsuit. She has just 90 days to do so.
Are you disputing an employee’s workers’ compensation claim? Be careful how you handle absences during the time the case is working its way through the system.
The U.S. Supreme Court term that ended in June was most defined by the addition of new Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch in April. The High Court had been operating short-handed since February 2016, when Justice Antonin Scalia died. Few of the cases decided affected employment law.
When pressed for time, be ready to shift gears. In fact, it’s rare to get through an executive briefing without interruption. You’ll have to wing it.
With the July 26 release of what’s known as a request for information, the U.S. Department of Labor officially began a new effort to rewrite the rules that determine which exempt employees qualify for overtime pay when they work more than 40 hours in a workweek.
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