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.
Wellness & Safety
The list is growing of companies that now have bring your dog to work “paw-licies.” Is yours next? Google, Zappos and Amazon are some big companies that are pet-friendly, but smaller businesses are going to the dogs too, adding to the now 7% of employers that permit pets.
The increase in sexual harassment charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have made headlines this fall, but that’s not the only eye-opening statistic coming out of the agency.
You probably realize how powerful your words can be when you’re praising someone for a job well done.
A war for talent is being waged in this tight job market.
If you didn’t know it before, consider yourself warned. Flu season’s upon us!
The arrival of Hurricane Florence — and the dreaded aftermath — has a lot of employers wondering about HR challenges that come along with natural disasters.
It was a busy week for the DOL — not only did the agency release a new set of FMLA forms for employers, but it wrote four opinion letters addressing several FMLA and FLSA concerns.
Nine-digit health claims are becoming the norm rather than the exception.
After years of paltry wage increases that barely keep pace with inflation, it looks like employees would be willing to take some desperate steps to achieve a significant pay bump.
HR pros know how important it is to help employees avoid stress and burnout, and a lot of companies are doing their best to tackle this issue.
When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) killed the penalty on the ACA’s individual mandate, most employers believed Obamacare was effectively dead. But some states didn’t think killing the mandate was such a great idea and put forward legislation to keep the mandate alive on the state level.
Congress recently passed two bills that could drastically expand the usage of HSAs.
For busy HR pros, the idea of a digital detox may seem as out of reach as winning the lottery. But in this guest post, the folks at TollFreeForwarding.com, a Los Angeles-based international telecommunications provider, explains why it may be easier — and more beneficial — than you think.
While many companies are eliminating cube walls in an attempt to foster more collaboration between employees, a recent study shows this could be achieving the opposite effect.
If this bill passes, medical marijuana users in California will be classified as a protected class and employers will be unable to discriminate against them because of their marijuana usage.