An employee’s out on FMLA leave, and you learn he’s been anything but home sick. Can you fire him? Read the facts of this real-life case and decide — who won?
Our team of experts fields real-life, everyday questions from HR managers and gives practical answers that can be applied by any HR pro in the same situation. Today’s question: Are they still exempt if they get a bonus for working overtime?
The question, once again, is whether employees have the right to keep guns locked in their cars while at work. Another state has legislated the matter.
Of course, you know how to respond to FMLA requests. But you also know managers need to see you when they get a request — and that they don’t always do it.
Do you have to comply? When can you say “no”? Can you reveal some of the contents while denying access to other parts?
Picking on bosses is always fun, but let’s give them a fair shake and list their pet peeves about employees.
Employees should be able to occasionally reconsider decisions they make at work without fear. But what if they change their minds just because they’re under pressure from others?
Federal authorities made it plain in this case: There’s no good reason for age discrimination.
We asked 633 HR managers how many of their employees have entered active duty in the last two years. They replied: