Yes, we realize this is the HR equivalent of watching a car wreck, but we can’t help ourselves when it comes to lists of dumb things people say in interviews.
As all HR pros know, most managers don’t get paid overtime. But, as one company recently learned the hard way, not everyone with the title of “manager” is exempt.
Next year’s likely to be very challenging for Benefits and HR pros — which means now’s a good time to discuss long-term strategies with upper management.
HR pros probably go out of their way to avoid asking obvious questions about race, age, gender and disability during job interviews.
Let’s face it: Interviewing doesn’t come naturally to everyone. But all managers can learn the skills needed to help your company get the best hires out there.
The EEOC just issued proposed enforcement guidance on workplace harassment, and it provides a window into the kinds of things the agency’s now looking to prevent – through litigation if necessary.
Conflict is not, by its nature, a bad thing. In a world without conflict, problems in the workplace wouldn’t be discovered or addressed, and innovation would grow stagnant.
These three cases are about as bad as sexual harassment lawsuits get.
The best way to keep bullying managers out of your organization? Identify them as applicants and don’t hire them.
Your managers try their hardest, we’re sure, but you know that every once in a while they slip — hard. Here are four things sure to cause an uprise among their direct reports.
You’re probably sick of hearing it: “Employees don’t leave companies, they leave bad bosses.” But it’s true. And the reason people leave bad managers? A lack of trust.
These days, employees have a lot to worry about. That gives HR and management a new challenge: keeping all those outside distractions from affecting people’s work.
Know how some supervisors seem determined to make employees’ lives as dismal as possible? Here’s a guide for managers that’ll guarantee that happy outcome.
Managers and HR pros know how important it is to hear about workers’ problems early on.
Managing COBRA shouldn’t be rocket science, but there is a science to it that employers and HR managers need to be aware of.
When it comes to recruiting and retaining employees, bad bosses are many companies’ biggest obstacle. Another problem: Bad bosses often don’t realize what they’re doing.
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