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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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To win an Equal Pay Act claim, an employee must show that a similarly situated employee of the opposite sex was paid more. It’s not enough to merely claim that one sex generally earned more.
Simply having a sexual harassment policy doesn’t mean employers can ignore harassment they learn about via avenues that aren’t prescribed in the policy.
Sometimes, if you want to help a terminated employee move on to better opportunities, it may also make sense to not offer a reason for the discharge, especially if stating the reason could interfere with his or her job hunt.
Americans overwhelmingly support paid family and medical leave.
The Senate voted to rescind a rule that gives OSHA the authority to enforce requirements for employers to maintain records on five years’ worth of workplace injuries.
Q. Our policy prohibits employees from discussing their salaries and benefits with each other. This helps reduce untimely requests for raises, petty gossip and the inevitable questions about why one employee makes more than another. Is such a policy a good idea?
United Staffing in Fresno has agreed to settle charges it retaliated against an employee for filing a discrimination charge.
Initial unemployment claims last month dropped to their lowest level since March 1973.
Political analysts say there are three paths Republicans could follow.
A.B. 1008, a bill currently before the California legislature, would bar employers from asking about an applicant’s criminal history before making a conditional job offer.
The bill, A.B. 5, would require employers to offer more hours to current, nonexempt employees before they could hire additional help.
While the Trump administration may withdraw executive orders issued by the prior administration, the EEOC is moving ahead with its interpretation that sexual orientation discrimination is illegal under Title VII.
Labor Secretary-designate Alexander Acosta refused to be pinned down on whether he would back the Obama administration’s never-enacted $47,476 overtime salary threshold rule.
When an employee files a sexual harassment or discrimination complaint, ensure no one tries to make life difficult for that employee. That could lead to a retaliation lawsuit—even if the underlying complaint isn’t serious enough to support a lawsuit.
An employer has won the right to pursue a contract counterclaim against a former employee based on a provision in the employee handbook.
Proposed EEOC enforcement guidance on unlawful harassment issued in January emphasizes that employers should take a proactive role in preventing harassment, as well as in effectively identifying and eradicating harassment if and when it occurs.
A recent decision in a federal lawsuit shows the limits on the kind of employee data employers may seek when defending themselves against charges they violated overtime law.
Late last year, OSHA made sweeping changes to its injury and illness reporting rule.
Allowing grievances to go unaddressed can hurt employee morale and productivity.
Q. What methods can I use to compensate my employees for their work-related driving expenses?
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