New research suggests a lot of your employees could entering the winter of their discontent — and the job market.
A meteoric rise in video interviewing might be a sign of things to come on the hiring landscape.
It’s often said that good employees don’t quit companies, they quit managers. A new survey shows just how true that is.
As if the law wasn’t tricky enough, one court has found a new way to rule against companies in FMLA suits.
What’s the No. 1 thing employees crave from their employers during the summer?
A staffer runs out of FMLA leave but hands in a doctor’s note saying she’ll be out indefinitely with a back injury. Her company fires her, and she sues, claiming FMLA interference and refusal to accommodate a disability. Who wins? Read the dramatized version of this real-life case and see if you can determine the […]
All HR pros have seen job candidates do dumb things. But these interview bloopers are just unbelievable.
Here’s another thing to keep in mind when using third-party staffing firms: Keep an eye on their practices to make sure they aren’t breaking the law — and putting you in the hot seat.
Another company has learned the hard way: Showing any signs of bias in the hiring process can carry a huge price tag.
Remember last year, when a federal court chided the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for its “sue first, ask questions later” approach to a case involving a temporary staffing firm? Now several business groups have banded together to make sure the agency pays the price for its over-aggressive tactics. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Equal […]
When hiring for some jobs, managers need to take into account how the candidates will interact with customers. But managers can’t let customer preferences sway them into making biased decisions.
Gotta hand it to the folks at the EEOC — they’ll take on cases that cover the entire spectrum of job descriptions.
Would you give a job to someone who rented a billboard to hang a giant copy of his resume?
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires employers to engage in an “interactive process” to find reasonable accommodations for disabled employees. The law’s not specific about how to do so, but missteps can lead to costly lawsuits.
Get ready for a new way for employees to get their companies in legal hot water: workplace bullying.
Usually, not returning a phone call is simply considered rude. Now a court ruling says it might also qualify as evidence of FMLA retaliation.
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