Some companies love throwing curveball questions to candidates during interviews — and these are the weirdest ones we’ve ever seen.
Firing staff members is stressful – which is why so many HR pros sometimes hurry the process along to get it over with. But that’s a big mistake. If you don’t cross your t’s and dot your i’s before, during and after a termination, you’re setting yourself up for major problems down the line […]
A male manager put his arm on a staffer’s shoulder and leg. Was that enough to sway a court to call it sex harassment?
When this deaf employee raised concerns about his accommodation, he was fired. But his behavior before he complained was what stood out to a court.
Some employers are getting rid of their HR departments and trying to find new ways to handle hiring, firing and more. Does it actually make sense?
Don’t be afraid: Technology is here to make finding new candidates easier.
At this point, you should just assume that almost every life activity is covered under disability law, as this new case shows.
When an employee struggles with alcoholism, does he qualify as disabled?
It’s no secret telecommuting and working from home have become more common. Here’s the lowdown on just how they fit into the modern workplace.
A new case raises some interesting questions about grooming policies and religious accommodations.