Need a new way to get managers to understand the stakes involved in following Family and Medical Leave Act rules? Try this: If they screw up the FMLA process, they can be held personally liable.
It’s getting harder to fire workers — at least legally — these days. Here’s the latest example:
Employers try hard to avoid hiring illegal workers. But are there times when trying too hard can violate the law? Read the facts of this real-life case and decide: Who won?
Searching for a tool to help managers deal with a multi-generational workforce? No worries. Target’s got it all figured out.
If you ever find, as an HR pro, that you have to send an unfortunate e-mail to senior management about upcoming layoffs, you might want to double, triple and quadruple check the “to” field on the message.
A recent court decision confirms that employers can, indeed, use their absence notification procedures and certification requirements to help keep FMLA leave requests under control.
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