If an employee accessed confidential information such as salaries by breaking into a filing cabinet, most HR pros would say that person deserves to be disciplined. But what about when IT accesses confidential electronic documents?
A competitor’s workforce can often be the best source of new hires for your company — and also the most dangerous. Here are some lessons for HR from the courts on how to recruit those folks without getting sued by your competitors.
Staffers aren’t working every second they’re in the office (though that’d be nice). Here’s where their time goes when it’s not toward work.
Ready to rewrite your severance agreements? You may well have to, if the EEOC wins a recently filed lawsuit.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) may be cracking down on companies trying to control employees’ use of social media, but companies across the globe are taking steps to tighten standards on what workers should be allowed to say on the Internet.
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