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?
Sure, HR jumps through hoops to protect employees’ personnel records. But one prominent medical center has shown just how curious employees can get when records that should remain private involve celebrities.
The best bonus programs created by HR reward employees for meeting goals. But that doesn’t mean every goal-oriented bonus program is a good thing.
By now many high school students are getting into the full swing of their summer jobs. Just in time, the feds have tightened the reins on child labor safety rules.
Forget the onsite gyms, the personal trainers and the Pilates instructors. Small companies, with small budgets, can use five simple approaches to promote wellness today.
Last month, President Bush signed the Heroes Earnings Assistance and Relief Tax Act of 2008 (HEART Act) into law to provide enhanced benefits for military personnel.