Seems as if just about everyone’s jumping on the four-day-week bandwagon as a cure for rising commuting costs. If you’re thinking about joining the crowd, don’t step on the gas pedal just yet.
Whether you’re thinking about offering health-club memberships or free coffee and doughnuts, there’s one step in the process than needs to be considered before putting the “OK” stamp on the idea: How will it fly if the day comes that we have to kill benefits or raise the cost to employees
The law isn’t completely clear on what illnesses are considered “serious health conditions” under FMLA. What happens when an employee and employer disagree on what makes someone eligible?
People who are right out of school need a different type of orientation than someone who’s walking in the door with 10 years’ experience elsewhere. Specifically, the rookies need help with three major employment issues.
Based on a tip, a Las Vegas newspaper found several construction employees drinking before reporting to work.
Once again, an online video spells trouble for some workers.
A pending lawsuit shows the dangers of background check mistakes.
In an effort to lower health care costs, some companies are refusing to hire smokers. HR’s big question: Is that legal?
What would you pay for a device that would get employees back to their work stations or into a conference room on time for a meeting?