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Another sign the economy’s crawling back: A substantial number of workers feel better about taking vacation this year than they did in Summer 2010.
Tight economic times have caused many employees to skip their annual vacations, but it looks like a lot of their managers are finding time to get away.
If an employee is still able to work but requests FMLA leave (say, to care for a spouse), is it interference to offer them the option to continue working while taking leave? That question was at the center of a recent FMLA lawsuit. The answer, according to a federal appeals court, is “no.” And employers […]
Work this one out with your Payroll people: How would you compensate employees with property — in this case, a cemetery plot?
Are you starting to worry about an increase in employees leaving your organization for greener pastures? A report just released by the DOL might heighten your concern.
A new bill would require most employers to give workers at least one week of paid vacation every year.
Little white lies about cellphone service and Wi-Fi are acceptable to half of US employees to avoid workplace interruptions while on vacation.
HR has been and will continue to wear a lot of hats when it comes to healthcare reform. One tool HR pros may be overlooking, according to systems developer Marco L. Padovani: analytics.
A new study tries to pinpoint exactly what companies are losing when employees don’t show up for work.
Get ready: Employees who put off their vacations may be ready to start taking them in the summer months ahead.
In these lean times, more and more employers turn to temporary employees. Guest poster Kelly Gregorio has some thoughts about how to make a temp program work best for you — and the people filling these critical slots.
Yes, the economy is shedding jobs overall. Two sectors are bucking the trend.
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