As part of the Obama Administration’s push to cut healthcare costs, employers probably will gain more power to reward employees who follow a healthy lifestyle — and punish those who won’t.
Noting that there’s been an increase in lawsuits and complaints about bias against family caregivers, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a list of typical offenses — usually committed by frontline managers — that have led to charges against employers.
February was a killer month for job losses in the U.S. economy, and it was an especially tough time for some key industries, as the unemployment rate shot up from 7.6% to 8.1% in just 30 days.
The U.S. Department of Labor has set up a Web page to help employers and employees figure out whether they’re eligible for money flowing from the Recovery Act and how to access the money.
The latest trend in benefits law: mandatory leave for victims of domestic and sexual abuse.
It’s getting easier for potential job candidates to learn more about your company — especially negative comments from disgruntled current and former employees.
If an employee walks in and requests FMLA leave for a “qualified exigency” under the recent amendments to the act, you’ll have to use the new form issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.
According to one recent report, the staffing forecast for next year may be even worse than many have expected.
Back in June, HRB told you about a Philadelphia TV news anchor who was suspended by the station and under investigation by the FBI for hacking into the private e-mail of his former co-anchor. The anchor was fired, arrested and charged with e-mail snooping. Now he’s received his sentence for the crime.