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.
While employers are keeping a close eye on ACA-repeal efforts and other changes under the new administration, they’re most concerned about what’s happening in their own backyards.
Bad news for recruiters: Looks like the shaky economy has many employees thinking now is not the right time to take a job with a new company.
It takes a special kind of person to give the gifts that appear on the lists below.
A survey was just conducted to find out what’s stifling employee productivity, and HR managers revealed some disturbing things about their workers.
The PayScale Index says national wage growth is back where it was at the end of 2008. Here’s what one economist says that means for the recession.
When an employee takes FMLA, a key concern for the employer: How will the work get done? Here’s an example of a wrong way to solve the problem.
There’s no doubt the Trump administration’s latest move will weaken the Obamacare contraceptive coverage regs. There are, however, some major debates over just who is likely to be affected by such changes.
If you’re in the market for top talent this quarter, news has come out about what you’re up against — and none of it’s going to make your job easier.
HR pros can be forgiven if they’re a bit skeptical about the IRS’ warnings to collect ACA employer mandate penalties. After all, they’ve been saying this for years without actually following through. But with the latest warning, the agency also included some proof that this time it’s for real.
Hey, nobody can really tell what the future holds. But if it’s anything like what HR pros predicted in a recent report, both employers and employees will have lots of adjustments to make.
How often have you been able to say this, “A bill to change Obamacare is receiving bipartisan support”?
Let’s face it: Predicting a candidate’s success is tough. Even people with great skills might not fit in with a company’s culture. Giving someone a test drive as a temp might make things easier.
For the fourth year in a row, the number of Americans getting health insurance from their employer has dropped. It’s now at a record low, and there are four suspected reasons why.
Seems like more and more workers are realizing just how much cash in the bank you need to be able to retire comfortably.
Does your company plan on hiring additional full-time employees in the next few months? How about reducing headcount? If you said no to both, you aren’t alone.
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