Everyone’s a critic when HR attempts to institute dress codes. Well, the reviews are in for new robes that Britain’s top judges will soon be wearing, and they’re not all good.
Leadership & Strategy
As an HR manager, no matter how detail-oriented you are, it’s often a good idea to have someone else proofread something you’ve written. Here’s why:
Employee retaliation claims are up 25% in the last decade, and those types of claims make up about 30% of all the complaints filed with EEOC. Most of those claims are against supervisors, but HR is in the best position to do something about preventing the problem.
Have you ever helped organize a blood drive at work? Well, imagine asking employees to donate another bodily fluid instead.
Forget the onsite gyms, the personal trainers and the Pilates instructors. Small companies, with small budgets, can use five simple approaches to promote wellness today.
Last month, President Bush signed the Heroes Earnings Assistance and Relief Tax Act of 2008 (HEART Act) into law to provide enhanced benefits for military personnel.
Imagine if only 28% of the people who applied to your company were actually qualified. Talk about an HR nightmare. Well, that’s the case for the U.S. military.
Background check service providers perform millions of investigations every year. But do they inadvertently disqualify innocent applicants?
Would you hire this man?