Yes, the economy is shedding jobs overall. Two sectors are bucking the trend.
As the job market tightens, many companies turn to formal cross-training programs to make sure they’re operating at top efficiency. Since not all workers will be excited about learning a new set of skills, the steps taken to prepare employees for a cross-training program go a long way toward making sure it’s a success. Here […]
The next time you’re tempted to complain about one of your co-workers, remember this motley crew.
Here are two new ways your managers are screwing up.
Guess what, compensation isn’t the biggest reason employees leave their jobs. It kind of makes sense. After all, they knew what they’d be paid when they signed on. So what takes the top spot?
What are your peers’ top five concerns heading into the rest of 2010? A recent study reveals what HR and benefits pros are thinking and doing.
Is faith healing a legitimate reason for taking FMLA leave?
You give employees vacation time so they can kick back, relax and come back to work refreshed and more productive. Well, that’s not what’s happening.
At this point, even the HR pros enjoying their summer vacations have heard about the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage mandate. But just what does this ruling mean for employers?
While some major corporations are offering unlimited vacation policies to show their commitment to employees’ work/life balance, one fundraising giant has done an about-face — and not for the reasons you’d think.
How is it that Germans get the same amount of work done, while taking more vacation time throughout the year? You can find the answer around your company’s coffee machine.
Every HR pro’s been here before: You find a candidate with all the right qualifications, only to have them slip away right before closing the deal.
Unfortunately, stories about workers stealing from their employers and going to prison for it aren’t that unusual. But in this case, the worker stole hundreds of dollars in coins per day over the course of seven years.
Many employees returned to work this week a little lighter on vacation days – not because they used them, but because they were lost when the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve.
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