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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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Many health care workers regularly deal with patients whose immune systems are compromised and who could suffer catastrophic consequences if exposed to an otherwise mild illness. What’s such an employer to do if a worker refuses to get an appropriate shot?
If you've ever had a case of the blahs at work, you're not alone. According to a new survey from staffing firm OfficeTeam, the average professional is bored in the office 10.5 hours per week.
Do you have a companywide policy that requires all workers who are out on leave to get a doctor’s certification that they are completely healed before they can return to work? Such a rule may run afoul of the ADA.
Much has been happening with immigration policy since President Trump took office, and employers would do well to keep up. That’s especially true if any of your workers are in the United States on temporary work visas or if you plan to recruit immigrant workers in the near future.
In Pennsylvania, workers are protected for whistleblowing. However, the law has specific requirements. For example, the worker’s complaint must be “objectively reasonable” and not merely a complaint about some perceived safety issue.
Normally, the U.S. Department of Labor has jurisdiction over whether workers should be classified as employees or true independent contractors. But now the National Labor Relations Board has entered the fray in a way that could have big consequences for employers.
Five questions about COBRA and Cal-COBRA regulations.
When preparing a performance review, remind supervisors that they should never mention FMLA leave or appear to use it as a factor in the evaluation. That can lead to a big jury award later if the review is used to justify termination—even during a reduction in force.
Since fiscal year 2010, the EEOC has collected an average of $42.2 million per year on behalf of sexual harassment victims.
Q. May I terminate an employee for filing a workers’ compensation claim?
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