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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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The Senate adjourned for its two-week April recess without confirming Alexander Acosta as Secretary of Labor.
The Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, N.Y., has applied to the U.S. Department of Labor for eight H-2B visas.
Isolated sexual comments over many years just aren’t enough to warrant a lawsuit, even if more than one employee alleges it happened to her.
Aspira, a company that operates five Philadelphia charter schools, faces an inquiry from Pennsylvania’s Auditor General after it paid $350,000 to settle sexual harassment charges against its CEO.
A former teacher and multi-sport coach claims a former principal and assistant superintendent discriminated against him and persistently sought his resignation.
The New York City Council is considering six bills that would grant workers additional rights, including four aimed specifically at the fast- food industry.
The White House has sent Senate appropriators a spreadsheet detailing Department of Labor 2018 funding it plans to request.
When it comes to selecting the best candidates, going deeper than just face value should be routine.
Think twice before denying FMLA leave to employees who must care for close relatives who aren’t parents.
There’s a way to avoid being liable for unemployment compensation benefits when you terminate an employee for misconduct: Convincingly show that the employee knew all about the rules he violated but still didn’t follow them.
More than half of senior managers interviewed by staffing firm OfficeTeam said the most distracting or annoying aspect of employee workspaces is sloppiness or disorganization.
Service advisors are not exempt under the auto salesperson exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The EEOC and the city of Philadelphia have reached a settlement concerning a disabled city sanitation worker.
More than $2.6 trillion flows through U.S. employers to Uncle Sam.
A recent study by the Society for Human Resource Management indicates the move by tech giants Netflix, Microsoft and Amazon to provide paid family leave programs was more flash in the pan than watershed.
Sure, change is hard, and some alterations may irritate some employees. That doesn’t mean they can sue.
The Coalition of Graduate Employees has teamed with the Pennsylvania Education Association to seek representation for an estimated 3,724 graduate student employees in the Penn State system.
83% of employers either “strongly” or “somewhat” would support a mandatory electronic verification system.
The Trump administration plans to hire 10,000 more Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.
Never condition an accommodation on the employee’s promise to drop an EEOC complaint or a threatened lawsuit.
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