It starts out as a simple challenge: Companies need a way to track employee attendance.
Generation Y is coming to interview. And they’re bringing their parents.
Do your managers know how to spot the signs of employee burnout?
The definition of disability — the kind employers have to make an effort to accommodate — just keeps getting wider and wider.
A growing interview trend: giving candidates real work to prove they’re right for the job. Will it help companies find the best talent?
HR pros are already well aware that when a disabled employee’s FMLA leave expires, he or she may be entitled to additional leave as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA. But a new EEOC lawsuit shows that leave may be an option even when workers aren’t eligible for FMLA protections.
Pregnancy discrimination cases don’t get much stranger than this.
No question, the feds have gotten a lot more aggressive in enforcing laws against pregnancy discrimination. And employers shouldn’t expect that business considerations will serve as a shield against prosecution.
A Colorado automotive group fired a woman who had been part of a lawsuit alleging the company fostered a sexually hostile work environment. And guess what? She filed another EEOC complaint, and the company’s now looking at a $50,000 settlement.
It’s Valentine’s Day, when romance blooms in the hearts of workers — and employers worry about sexual harassment claims.
Interview etiquette is a two-way street — candidates and interviewers both have to make a good impression.
Employers are not too proud to admit it: They have an employee retention problem. But the good news is they’re reporting there are tactics and programs working to keep top employees on board — and the majority don’t involve bumping up employees’ pay.
Think you know the signs when someone’s about to quit — having lots of doctor appointments, showing up in a suit, etc.? Well, according to new research, the cues that someone is about to jump ship are much subtler.
Americans rank in the middle of the pack compared to the rest of the world when it comes to how many hours we work in a week. So why does it feel like so many Americans are stressed and overworked?
Congress and various federal agencies are getting ready to enact a dozen new rules and procedures that will affect how you do your job.
Congress and various federal agencies are enacting a dozen new rules and procedures that will affect how you do business in 2010.
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