Following the rules about Form I-9 never seems to get easier or less complicated. But sticking to a straightforward, 10-point checklist of I-9-related procedures can help.
Leadership & Strategy
Dress-down or dress-up days can be a fun morale booster for employees. But what one overseas company did went a lot further than casual Friday or a Hawaiian shirt day.
“I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.” This time it might be true, at least for one U.S. Dept. of Labor Web site that points you toward help in figuring out disability accommodations – and how to avoid complaints and lawsuits that arise from accommodation mistakes.
Does your company tape activities around your workplace? If so, you might be interested in a brewing case involving Wal-Mart. The results may range from simple embarrassment to being able to prove bias against women.
The best way to keep bullying managers out of your organization? Identify them as applicants and don’t hire them.
Joe was a real pain, and you practically danced when he left your company. Now, another employer wants to know what you think of Joe.
Dierdre Mullen got tired of the lukewarm success and acceptance of the company mentoring program, so she decided to make one change that made all the difference (part of an ongoing series).
Saying you “got stuck in traffic” is s-o-o-o-o 1990s. We have nine better excuses that, if nothing else, will make the boss laugh.
“Do it my way, or I’ll quit!” It’s often an idle threat. But in the case of actor James Caan, he made good on it.