Employers do not want injured workers, and want to do everything in their abilities to provide employees safe places to work.
The FCRA doesn't regulate how employers use background checks but instead regulates the hoops through which an employer must jump to use legally obtain them.
Employers must remain alert regarding individuals that the employer does not view as employees may nevertheless be found to be employees.
Walk over to whichever file you keep your handbook, look for the date it was last updated, and if it is anything earlier than 2014, it’s time for a deep review.
Employees who request accommodations should always be treated with care; otherwise you risk stepping on a retaliation land mine.
Policies are great tools for employee engagement, recruitment, and retention -- if a company follows them.
Bad bosses beget revolving-door workforces doomed to failure. Good bosses create loyalty and retain good employees.
If you exercise any control over how workers perform services for you, it is likely that they should be classified as employees, not independent contractors.
Unlike employers, courts favor equities and try to avoid inequitable results.
There is no way to eliminate stereotypes and biases. But it seems like employers and managers can take a page from the Rock Hall of Fame: Even 80-year-old drummers can still rock it at work.