The recession taught many employers they could carry smaller staffs and maintain profitability. But that concept has started to show its dark side — and HR will be in the thick of dealing with it.
Chatter of an economic rebound could spark a string of employee raise requests. If it does, are you ready to respond?
A new survey shows employees are really willing to give up a lot for the privilege of being able to work from home.
Now here’s some wellness advice we can really get behind: One researcher says employers should consider offering nap time.
More than three quarters of companies worldwide use social networks for business purposes — and more than four in 10 have have problems with employees misusing the sites.
It’s common thinking: Employee development programs can improve retention and productivity. But that’s not necessarily the case, according to a new study.
Verizon’s recent massive settlement with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission carries a crucial message for employers.
If a GINA complaint is filed against your company, a new rule (if passed) would require you to maintain all relevant employment and personnel records until the charge is resolved.
Workplace conflict costs time, hurts productivity and can cripple morale. Here’s a quick blueprint to help managers deal with these personality clashes early and effectively.