You know how important clear and thorough documentation is. But your managers may be another story.
A new compliance nightmare is driving employers batty: administering leave as an accommodation under the ADA. It’s not hard to slip up and put yourself right in the crosshairs of your employees’ attorneys.
Employers spend a lot of time looking for candidates that are a match with the company’s culture. But is that mentality shielding them from the best available talent?
You probably know that hiring a worker with a long commute can be a risk — but you may not realize just how badly a commute can impact retention.
“It’s the best time of the year — time for performance reviews!” said no one, ever. Both managers and employees get anxious when annual reviews come around. But managers may have it worse.
It’s summer, which means you probably have some fresh-faced interns around your office. Sadly, not all internships deliver a rich experience, as some Redditors can tell you.
Many companies already try to hire a variety of employees, like those with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD). But in case you need another reason to do so, a study says hiring qualified workers who have an IDD can be good for the bottom line.
What can companies do to get their young workers to stick around longer? Give them more feedback. A new study highlights just how much feedback you should be giving these workers.
More employees want the option to work remotely from home, but telecommuting can bring up hurdles companies have to plan for.
Favoritism is rampant in the business world. But is it legal in your workplace?