Amid changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act comes a landmark federal-court ruling: Employees who can’t drive because of physical impairment can’t claim to be “disabled” based on that one limitation.
Once again, the idea that company bosses also surf the Web seems to have escaped an employee who posted a stupid stunt on the Internet.
Proposed changes to the FMLA are now official and will go into effect January 16, 2009.
If you could change something at your company to achieve wellness success, what would it be? A nine-worksite study shows what worked best for others.
With layoffs, reorganizations and cutbacks, more and more employers face this legally risky situation: denying reinstatement to an employee coming off FMLA leave. Court cases and rulings have shown what the valid defenses are when you’re forced to make that move.
The book — The Trophy Kids Grow Up: How the Millenial Generation is Shaking Up the Workplace — describes what today’s new college graduates expect from their employers. Hint: You’re probably not going to like what the author has to say.
Almost 500 HR managers responded to our survey on wellness programs. Here’s what they said.
Employers weigh many factors in a candidate’s background when making a hiring decision. Should experience on a sports team be one of them?
A woman says she was fired in part for not revealing on her job application that she’d worked at a restaurant where servers wore skimpy uniforms.