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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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Certainly check to see if the complaint is reasonable and reflects a real workplace problem. But if it’s just a case of peevish griping, you don’t have to bend over backwards to please a malcontent.
Consol Energy, headquartered in Pittsburgh, will pay a former employee $586,861 after the 4th Circuit affirmed a lower court’s ruling that he was forced to retire early when it refused to accommodate his religious beliefs.
Public speaking has long been considered one of the greatest sources of anxiety, but there’s a one-on-one conversation that makes employees even more nervous: Asking the boss for a raise.
The House Appropriations Committee has proposed an 11% smaller budget for the Department of Labor next year.
Most “English-only” policies violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. They are not strictly unlawful, but courts and the EEOC have regularly ruled that employers must be able to demonstrate a legitimate business reason for having such a policy.
Just because you win one of several lawsuits over a termination, that doesn’t mean remaining matters will be automatically dismissed. It may not matter that one judicial decision might support your stated reason for firing the employee.
The EEOC has sued a Texas school employees’ union, claiming it violated federal law when it fired two black organizers because of their race.
The percentage of employers planning to add full-time, part-time and temporary or contract workers by the end of the year is rising.
Many state and federal statutes make it unlawful for employers to retaliate against employees who file internal discrimination complaints or otherwise claim that some wrongdoing has occurred. These laws have specific, and limited, remedies.
Carolina Creek Christian Camp in Huntsville has agreed to pay $70,000 to settle a pregnancy and disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the EEOC on behalf of a former employee.
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