They give main five reasons for bailing. And none of them begins with “m” and ends with “y.”
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.
If a few pending laws are passed, employers in some states soon won’t be allowed to tell employees to keep firearms off of company property. Will your state be next?
We asked 314 HR managers if their company’s part-time employees got some sort of benefits package. Here’s what they said.
Overseeing a layoff can be stressful and hectic. Plus, you’re dealing with angry workers who are more prone to sue. There’s one step you’ll want to take to make sure you’re protected.
One area of discrimination that’s drawn attention is so-called “PIPs” – improvement plans and periods for low-performers. The key question courts are answering: Can you set different probation periods for different employees?
When an employee brings a bias case to court, can testimony from co-workers in other departments be used as evidence? Last week, the Supreme Court (sort of) answered that question.
A poor-performing employee gets fired shortly after filing a complaint about company safety. He sues the company for retaliation. Who won this real-life case?