If there’s a term that makes executives and HR managers shudder, it’s got to be this: FMLA intermittent leave. Here’s a look at one effective tool for fighting abuse of this type of employee absence.
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National polls say the race for the presidency is neck and neck. But an exclusive poll conducted by HR Morning shows a clear preference among HR pros.
HR Morning recently completed an email survey revealing how HR professionals view the two presidential candidates and the most pressing issues impacting HR. Take a look: Embed this infographic on your own site Copy and paste this code into your blog post or web page: <a href=”https://www.hrmorning.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/HR-Mornings-Election-Infographic.jpg”><img title=”HR Morning’s Election Infographic” src=”https://www.hrmorning.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/HR-Mornings-Election-Infographic.jpg” alt=”HR Morning’s Election Infographic”…
A small survey of HR professionals has revealed some disturbing things.
Beware: The fallout of a 2011 landmark Supreme Court ruling is starting to hit home with HR pros.
More than three quarters of HR pros say their benefits offerings have been hurt by the slumping economy, found a recent study. Which benefits have taken the biggest hit?
Seriously, now: Is it time to get rid of the annual performance review once and for all? Ask employees, middle managers and executives, and pretty much everyone will agree: Performance reviews stink. The latest volley in the revolt against this ubiquitous practice is a book by Samuel Culbert and Larry Rout, Get Rid of the…
What are the key ingredients in job satisfaction? A new poll reveals some intriguing differences in the views of employees vs. the views of HR professionals.
Imagine this: An employee admits she forged a document. But after an investigation by HR, the final decision is to not fire her.