Every recruiter knows how important their company’s Web site is for attracting new hires. But without a few key features, some sites may not be pulling their weight.
HRIS (Human Resource Information Systems)
Know how some managers seem hell-bent on making their employees miserable? Here’s a blueprint to guide them to their goal: staffers who feel that no matter what they do, they simply don’t matter.
We often read court decisions where employers get hammered for failing to properly handle an employee request for an accommodation of some type. Nice to see one case where common sense carries the day.
There’s a lot of pressure on employers to accommodate individuals who fall under the protection of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Alert your Payroll people: IRS has released its official holiday calendar, indicating when employers get an extra day to make federal payroll tax deposits.
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.
Need more proof that stray comments by hiring managers can get companies in big legal trouble? Try this million-dollar lawsuit against Disney.
More than three in four employers say they’re struggling to find qualified people to fill their open positions.
Probably shouldn’t be too surprised if employees aren’t bubbling over with Christmas cheer this holiday season.
Did this store owner go overboard with proselytizing his religious beliefs?
More than 70% of bosses and managers will take part in some type of March Madness pool this season, but many of these same managers have some serious reservations about allowing or encouraging their direct reports to do the same.
A high school girls’ basketball coach was fired after he said he would not apologize for badly beating another team.
This case — where a manager revealed a staffer’s mental illness to her colleagues — reveals a lot about when employees do and don’t have privacy in the workplace.
Imagine HR having to do this: Line up employees every morning and have them submit to a breathalyzer test before reporting to work to make sure they’re sober.
Smart HR pros know the importance of continually questioning conventional wisdom. So here are a couple of intriguing arguments: Hiring only the brightest people is a bad idea. And firing your most successful performer is a good one.
Choosing HR management software is a big job, with big risks. You can increase your chances of making the right choice if you avoid these common mistakes.
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