Race season is in full swing. If your company is located near one of the 30 major tracks, and you have race fans on staff, you can expect some to ask for time off to attend the race. You may want to check the NASCAR schedule for more info on races near you.
When an industry that’s been in a prolonged slump starts reporting increased need for workers, you know something’s up.
Companies that do drug testing of applicants or are thinking about it will want to make note of this one.
New research shows there are extras you can get from your health insurer. You just have to know what to ask for.
… And still managed to get the job?
Our team of experts fields real-life, everyday questions from HR managers and gives practical answers that can be applied by any HR pro in the same situation. Today’s question: How can we protect ourselves against a workers comp claim when offering an ADA accommodation?
In a real-life case, worker complains about a supposed safety violation, and shortly afterwards, he’s fired for poor peformance. He sues, claiming retaliation. Read the dramatized version of the case, and see if you can determine who won.
Under consideration by Congress: one more crack at immigration reform — and one more piece of documentation for you to keep track of.
If your company offers to pay the relocation expenses for out-of-town hires, you probably have a recruiting edge on the competition.
Here’s a way to kick off your next talk to supervisors about avoiding discrimination charges.