Just how tricky is it to give references about former employees? A pending lawsuit in New Jersey shows how not to talk about former workers.
Leadership & Strategy
If you’ve handled workers’ comp claims, you’re probably used to some common injuries: wrenched back, torn ligaments, pulled muscles, etc. But did you ever imagine having to deal with implants?
Your boss says, “We need a new policy manual.” Be assured, the task doesn’t have to be the equivalent of brain surgery, or even dental surgery.
As the U.S. workforce gets larger – and we’re talking body weight here – it’s interesting to note how one Australian company is coping with a lack of svelte job applicants.
At least you can understand their argument: Liquor makers in a China province want government workers to be allowed to drink alcoholic beverages during their lunch breaks.
HR manager Kim Baker put together some great HR reports for her managers. Problem was, no one was reading them, until she figured out how to get the managers’ attention (part of an ongoing series).
You may know the value of retention. Now you can make sure everyone else in the organization does, too. First, you have to show that retention efforts really are worth the time and bother. Or do they just amount to busy work for HR? The answer comes in 13 words: Organizations with loyal, longtime employees get […]
The long battle appears to be over, as the High Court ruled that employers can reduce health benefits for retirees age 65 and over.
If you’re measuring respect in budget dollars, you may want to go to Plan B, which can be a pretty good plan.