The days of company holiday parties and year-end bonuses may be coming to an end.
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Employment agencies in Germany are looking for seasonal workers who are cheerful, chubby men. Natural white beard a plus. Employer will provide red suit.
Employers got an early Christmas present when President Obama signed a budget bill that delayed the implementation of the Affordable Care Act’s tax on high-value or “Cadillac” health plans.
Did a text message qualify as a request for FMLA leave?
The definition of disability — the kind employers have to make an effort to accommodate — just keeps getting wider and wider.
Ah, the holidays. Time for good cheer, love of family and friends, warm memories — and the potential for some nasty legal hassles for HR.
Here’s more disappointing proof that employees (or rather, ex-employees) will sue you for just about anything these days. The more disturbing fact: Sometimes, seemingly ridiculous lawsuits are found to have merit.
These managers might have been better off getting their employees a really nice card instead of these holiday gift atrocities.
While many employees have been subjected to awkward situations or obnoxious drunk co-workers at the office Christmas party, some have stories that really stand out.
Which type of employees drive their co-workers to complain to you? Maybe you’ll recognize one of your employees on this list.
It’s like firing your security guard for theft. But that’s just what the Transportation Security Administration had to do.
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.
When it comes to an employer making a good impression on a new employee, the first few days are crucial. But many onboarding programs can still come across as an afterthought.
Every year produces a slew of new knucklehead bosses who have no common sense when it comes to gift giving. Here are seven incredibly bad gifts employees have received.
Hundreds of thousands of U.S. workers will enjoy a belated Christmas present on Jan. 1, as seven states will increase their minimum wage.
A typical day in HR is… anything but typical. Whether you’re dealing with an employee suddenly leaving or your CEO demanding results, you’re constantly on the move and putting out new fires. You’re busy, to say the least. And on top of it all, you still have to answer questions about payroll and keep up […]
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