The question of whether the Americans With Disabilities Act requires employers to offer disabled workers a vacant job if a more qualified applicant is available remains unresolved. The case in question involved a Wal-Mart employee.Read More
Tens of thousands of National Guard and Reserve soldiers have had problems reclaiming their civilian jobs over the past six years, according to Defense Department figures released by Sen. Edward Kennedy on Thursday, November 8.Read More
Our company is putting a mentoring program together. While reviewing the proposal recently, I realized we have no metrics to determine its success. What are some good best practices to follow for tracking whether our mentors themselves are more effective after receiving the training?
Company executives are looking more at each other than their bottom lines when deciding whether to freeze or close a defined benefit plan, a new Wells Fargo & Co. survey finds.Read More
In another step toward reversing labor law rulings by judicial bodies, the House is on its way to passing a bill that would limit the number of employees who could be classified as supervisors.Read More
How do we make sure we have fair, objective performance measurement in place when judging our training consultants?