When an employee brings a bias case to court, can testimony from co-workers in other departments be used as evidence? Last week, the Supreme Court (sort of) answered that question.
Yes, you can regulate romance in the workplace. But there’s a right way and a wrong way.
When asked the question of why they’re not doing a good job, many managers have a stock reply: “It’s HR’s fault.”
Keeping up with changing employment laws in your state is an almost-impossible task. So let someone else do it for you.
Can managers be found guilty of retaliating against an employee who’s filed a discrimination complaint that’s been proven untrue? You bet they can.
Be aware: Effective March 27, new, stiffer penalties kick in for employers who don’t follow the latest Homeland Security rules.
Ever get the feeling that other managers think of you as a nag who’s always on their backs about following the rules and the law? Good. That means you’re doing your job.
Do politics and work mix? The answer is, “It depends.”
We asked 376 HR managers how well they thought they understood the Fair Labor Standards Act. Here’s what they said.