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Human Resources

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Just letting an employee sign a resignation letter instead of being terminated won’t always prevent her from suing you.
Republican lawmakers have been advancing bills that would limit employer liability in different types of lawsuits.
Employers face liability if they spot racial harassment at work and don’t take reasonable steps to stop it. Don’t assume the problem will go away on its own—or that workers who experience harassment will indefinitely tolerate a hostile environment.
If the employee never requested modifications to an accommodation, he won’t be able to claim later that the employer didn’t engage in the interactive process. The fault would lie with the employee.
USERRA extends workplace protection to those who return to work after active duty. Essentially under USERRA, those employees are no longer at-will employees; you may only terminate them for cause.
The United States ranks solidly in the middle of the pack among 72 nations rated in the latest Program for International Student Assessment.
If Alexander Acosta is confirmed as the nation’s 27th secretary of labor, he will join some illustrious company.
The more centralized the management and direction and the more equipment and staff are shared between locations, the more likely a court will consider the separate locations to be part of the same operation.
A Niagara Falls man has won back pay and other damages after filing an unfair labor practice complaint with the National Labor Relations Board against Laborers’ International Union of North America Local 91.
Federal legislation addressing compensation inequality between men and women is unlikely in this Congress, but several states and municipalities are taking up the cause.
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