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
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The Atlanta Falcons put all their faith in one guy. You and your managers would do well to learn form this and not do the same thing.Read More
The practices aren’t new or revolutionary: drink water, alternate work and rest periods, wear protective clothing and sunscreens, and schedule work at night or early in the morning when it’s cooler.Read More
Relocation specialists battling rising property inventories and flattening home prices are creating measures to keep costs in check and shield themselves from shifts in an uncertain real estate market.Read More
While the report says FMLA works well for leaves related to childbirth, adoption and acute illnesses in families, employers have serious difficulties managing intermittent leave and definitions of what constitutes a serious health condition.Read More
Legislation calls for the creation of an Office of Pension Participant Advocacy in the Department of Labor that would develop recommendations to improve pension policies.Read More
Senate leaders vow to continue working toward a final bill. Schedule is uncertain. HR advocates say employer verification dimension remains flawed.Read More