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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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The rise of the gig economy and changing demographics are creating a cultural mash-up that’s redefining what workers expect from the benefits employers offer.
When you mention to employees that the company has an EAP service, do so in a generic and consistent manner.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recommended that the White House appoint Eric S. Dreiband to run the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division.
The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board has unveiled proposed regulations for the state’s new Paid Family Leave law. It is intended to complement the existing state disability insurance program.
If the manager has moved on, all is not lost. You can still argue that the worker was hired knowing his status and that it makes no sense to then have fired him for that characteristic.
An employee had alleged Fair Labor Standards Act violations in an overtime lawsuit. Her employer changed its overtime policy—and applied it to the employee and no one else.
The EEOC filed suit on behalf of a male ultrasound technician whose clients requested a female technician.
Almost nine out of 10 employees said they were satisfied overall with their jobs—with 38% “very satisfied” and 51% “somewhat satisfied.”
The American Dental Association’s former chief legal counsel and its former HR director will split $1.95 million after the EEOC determined the association probably retaliated against the two executives for voicing concerns about what they believed were discriminatory actions.
Sometimes, all an employee has to do to bring a federal lawsuit is pay the filing fee. The result is that employers sometimes have to defend against bogus claims.
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