Human Resources News & Insights

Part of FMLA voided by the Supreme Court

First, the feds passed a law that says employers have to provide employees up to 12 weeks of leave to recover from a serious medical condition. And now they’re saying state agencies and state colleges are exempt – or at least they can’t be sued for ignoring that part of the FMLA.

State passes law banning credit checks as screening tools

In what’s becoming a mini-trend, another state has passed a law prohibiting the use of credit checks in employment.

Where salaries are highest, lowest

One state — for the third consecutive year — leads the country in median household income.

Do you owe fired employees’ unused PTO?

It’s a complicated question for HR: What happens to unused PTO when an employee is terminated?