Sad reminder: Even HR professionals can get entangled in discrimination issues.
HR Career & Self-Care
Is American business facing a leadership crisis?
Your jobs as HR professionals are about to change, if you believe these C-suite executives.
The DOL’s new overtime regs will make reviewing the classifications of exempt employees an absolute must for businesses everywhere. Luckily for most HR pros, this won’t be anything new.
Between the Supreme Court’s landmark Obamacare and same-sex marriage rulings — plus the DOL’s official release of its new overtime exemption rules — it’s been an intense month for HR pros. So we’ve decided to lighten the mood. Enjoy these gems.
HR pros were understandably upset by the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) passing of its new “ambush election” rule. But they should be comforted knowing they have some major allies in the fight to kill it.
Looks like despite all the back-and-forth about the future of Obamacare, companies remain steadfast in their committment to offering employees medical plans in the next year.
Sexual harassment prevention training is generally not HR professionals’ favorite thing. Here are some guidelines to make the experience more useful for both management and employees — courtesy of guest poster Jimmy Lin, vice president of The Network.
Oh, yes. The survey gods have smiled down upon us once again.