Following the rules about Form I-9 never seems to get easier or less complicated. But sticking to a straightforward, 10-point checklist of I-9-related procedures can help.
For everyone who likes irony: About 700 employees of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are claiming the agency has violated federal employment law.
When employees claim religious discrimination, courts will usually take their word when they say their beliefs are genuine. But does that mean you have to say yes every time someone asks to miss work for religious reasons?
President Bush and the two parties in Congress are fighting it out over whether and when employees can sue for pay discrimination. And the stakes involved are high for employers.
It’s an election year. That means candidates are loading up new pieces of legislation, and two of the proposals directly affect how you’ll do your job.
With a looming recession, it’s a tough time for banks. But why should their executives have to suffer, right?
Drunk workers + heavy machinery = dangerous situation. The owner of a house damaged by a Russian tank now knows this all too well.
When the brakes went out on the company truck he was driving, Tipasa Save avoided plowing into dozens of people. Now the company has contested his comp claims.
FMLA law provides more than its fair share of headaches for HR managers. And figuring out when an employee has provided “sufficient notice” of the need for leave is definitely one of them. But here’s some help for sorting out this legal mess.