Remember that recent Supreme Court ruling that individuals who are closely related to an employee who’s engaged in protected activity are allowed to sue for retaliation? The issue’s back in federal court.
Periodically, we ask three managers how they’d handle a difficult situation at work. Today’s problem: A top performer appears to have “gamed” the company’s FMLA leave system.
You’ve heard all the grumbling about how how many employees are ready to look for new jobs. But just how likely is your company to see a parade out the door?
A federal judge has just composed a checklist to help companies avoid age bias lawsuits.
When do bonuses become run-of-the-mill compensation? When there’s no mystery about how much they’ll be and when they’ll arrive. Here’s a better way to structure your bonus pay.
Hundreds of thousands of U.S. workers will enjoy a belated Christmas present on Jan. 1, as seven states will increase their minimum wage.
You’ve heard about how the EEOC’s pressing the issue of obesity as a disability. Now the agency’s poking around another area of interest to employers: the use of credit checks to screen job applicants.
There’s one less reporting burden Payroll will have at year-end – at least temporarily.
Social networks are playing a growing — make that exploding — role in companies’ recruiting strategies.