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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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On average, earnings for disabled employees are more than 30% lower than employees without a disability.
A Wisconsin software firm has become the first U.S. company to offer employees the option of being microchipped. These injectable microchips allow employees to open secure doors or log on to their computers.
The Texas Supreme Court has ruled that a long-simmering sex and racial discrimination lawsuit filed by former University of Texas women’s track and field coach Bev Kearney can proceed.
If an employee complains about discrimination or takes protected leave, beware taking any action that smacks of retaliation. Otherwise, you are risking a lawsuit.
Typically, courts look at whether an employee has used FMLA leave in the past when considering whether his employer interfered with his FMLA rights more recently.
California’s Fair Employment and Housing Council has proposed new regulations that seek to expand and clarify the definition of national origin discrimination.
Two iconic businesses at Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia have agreed to pay $660,117 in back wages and liquidated damages to 140 employees who alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The contentious issue of joint employment—in which two or more entities may be considered equally liable for employment law and labor law violations—will gain some clarity if bipartisan legislation introduced in the House of Representatives July 27 is enacted.
Q. Our company often deducts the costs of meals and lodging from live-in employees’ minimum wages. How much can we credit meals and lodging against minimum wage in California?
Generally, seamen aren’t covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act’s overtime provisions. However, it’s not as simple as one might think to decide who should be classified as a seaman.
Occasionally, it may become clear that a whistleblower needs to be fired for reasons entirely unrelated to his protected activity. That requires careful thought, because the employee may claim that his termination was retaliation.
Fast-Chinese chain Panda Express has agreed to settle charges it discriminated against non-U.S. citizens in its work reverification process.
On the same day President Trump tweeted that transgender individuals could no longer serve in the armed forces, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a friend-of-the-court brief arguing that federal law does not protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees from workplace discrimination.
Employers that patiently go about the sometimes complicated business of identifying reasonable accommodations for disabled employees seldom end up losing in court. The key is to take the ADA seriously and work with the employee at every stage.
When it comes to employment law compliance, arrangements involving staffing companies sometimes prompt the question: Just who is the employer, the staffing agency or the client? Often, the answer is that either or both of them may be liable for employment law violations.
Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.
Do you sometimes require employees to use their personal cars during the workday for job-related tasks like making banking runs or delivering supplies? If so, you’re risking liability if the employee is in an accident and a jury decides he was negligent.
Love it or hate it, the Affordable Care Act remains the law of the land. That means, after months of futile legislating on Capitol Hill, important health insurance decisions will be made by courts, not Congress.
If you learn a key employee is job hunting, you might be tempted to try to persuade him to stay. Be careful what you say. Asking the worker to stop looking and making even vague promises of continued employment may backfire if you have to terminate the employee later.
Q. We are expanding out hospitality chain into California. What is the maximum tip credit we will be able to deduct from servers in California?
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