What are your biggest HR concerns for the coming year? See if they match up with this recent study.
The EEOC’s issued final rules covering the Americans with Disabilities Act — and as expected, the revised regs smooth the way for employees to claim they meet the legal definition of disabled.
Almost six in 10 employees think their supervisor’s doing a good job. Not a bad number, considering that a bunch of those managers say they weren’t prepared for the responsibility in the first place.
Almost three quarters of workers in a recent survey said their companies have no formal program to solicit employee input. That can’t be good for hanging on to your best and brightest.
Although the employer prevailed, this case stands as a warning to other companies.
Not responding to phone messages isn’t just a breach of etiquette – it can also scuttle an employee’s FMLA claim.
For the second time in this young year, the Supreme Court has given employees another avenue to sue you.
An employee takes leave to enter rehab for alcoholism. Over nearly three months the employee relapses several times and misses work prior to – and during – several stints in rehab. Are all of his absences FMLA-protected?
Periodically, we ask three managers how they’d handle a difficult situation at work. Today’s problem: A C-level exec thinks crucial HR documentation isn’t worth his time.