Here’s what it’s come to in employment law today: A federal judge has ruled that an employer has the right to require its employees to show up for work.
The latest round of IRS guidance helps answer questions employers have raised about the requirement to report the cost of workers’ health insurance on W-2s.
Here’s what your peers have planned when it comes to employee compensation in 2012.
Just how much leeway does a manager get to discuss his religious beliefs in the workplace? Judging by a recent court ruling, a lot.
Another bill has been brought to Congress that could impact FMLA requirements.
A few more preventive medical services were tacked on to the list non-grandfathered health plans must fully cover for participants.
Workplace conflict costs time, hurts productivity and can cripple morale. Here’s a quick blueprint to help managers deal with these personality clashes early and effectively.
What is it employers hope to accomplish most with their benefit plans this year?
This worker clearly had an alcohol problem. But did her employer do what was required to help her?