Alert your employees: Consumers Union – the people who put out the respected “Consumer Reports” magazine – has a Web site that offers free guidance and advice for picking the right prescription medicine. It just might help everyone save on health costs.
A ship captain is in trouble for equating unruly passengers with a particular nationality.
Even though most companies offer paid sick time anyway, will HR face new problems if this becomes the law?
Christy Hagler wasn’t seeing many job applicants that were a good fit for the company. Here’s how she used the Web to attract the right people.
What comes first, protecting the rights of the disabled, or keeping employees safe?
Just how important is proper attire in the workplace? Not too important, if the story of one police officer is any indication.
The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act affects 401(k)s, reinstatement rights, and several other employment issues. Employers’ main concerns about complying with the act show up in four key questions.
Disciplining problem employees can get tricky for managers — especially when it’s a lax performer who just got back from medical leave. Here’s how to protect your company against retaliation suits.
Many HR departments turn to staffing agencies to help their recruiting efforts. But watch out for these red flags when deciding who to work with:
Are you looking for key questions to ask job applicants that will ensure you hire potential leaders? A question about their footwear may be in order.