As an HR pro, have you ever had to discipline employees for not wearing proper safety equipment?
Health and Safety
As an HR pro, have you ever fielded reports about missing company equipment? A stapler or tape dispenser here, a pair of safety goggles there. Well, just imagine if your company lost something as large as a snowplow.
If employees haven’t come to you with questions about the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) affect on them, get ready … they’re coming. Want to know what they’re going to ask?
Test your knowledge: Match the benefit to the company you think provided it. Then check your responses against the answer key below.
Overall, public perception of the healthcare reform law remains pretty negative. But one requirement of the law is viewed favorably by the vast majority of registered Republicans, Democrats and independents.
It’s a hard thing to admit … that your work culture may be toxic. But identifying the symptoms and finding the antidotes for them can quickly improve morale, engagement, retention and productivity. Let’s get started. Here to help is Ross Kimbarovsky, founder and CEO of crowdspring, who has some unique insights into the signs of […]
More than half of HR pros (51%) said they’d automatically dismiss a candidate if they found a lie on a person’s resume. So it’s likely these applicants are still job hunting.
As we start a new year, employers are trying to come up with new ways to reinvigorate employees, and build and foster a more dynamic company culture. Let Derek Irvine, an experienced employee recognition consultant and co-author of The Power of Thanks, help.
Intermittent leave has rapidly become the No. 1 headache for HR/Benefits pros everywhere. But adding these measures to your FMLA policy will certainly ease the pain.
Congress and various federal agencies are getting ready to enact a dozen new rules and procedures that will affect how you do your job.
Congress and various federal agencies are enacting a dozen new rules and procedures that will affect how you do business in 2010.
After years of paltry wage increases that barely keep pace with inflation, it looks like employees would be willing to take some desperate steps to achieve a significant pay bump.
We’ve all put our foot in our mouth at one time or another, but you’d think job applicants would know better.
In just the past year, we’ve seen wholesale Obamacare changes, like the delay of the employer mandate and the Cadillac Tax, as well as the death of the automatic enrollment provision. But there have also been a number of minor tweaks that weren’t as highly publicized.
With healthcare costs continuing to skyrocket — along with fears of triggering the “Cadillac” tax in 2018 — employers are looking into what kinds of benefits they can cut.
Scientific research and psychology have revealed that the best way to achieve a big goal (like losing weight) is to break it down into small steps — and that’s where these tools come in handy:
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