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Protecting Workers in Cold Weather

January 25, 1999
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Protecting Workers in Cold Weather
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Contractors Liable for Subcontractors' Violations

January 12, 1999
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Contractors Liable for Subcontractors' Violations
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17 Bad Jobs for Teens

September 21, 1998
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No delivering pizzas, even if they have a license.
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Q-and-A on Employee Anger

September 1, 1998
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Pamela L. Pommerenke is a professor of Human Resource Management at Michigan State University's Eli Broad Graduate School of Business. She teaches in the areas of strategic human resource management, organizational behavior, and entrepreneurship, and regularly consults with local large and small organizations.
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Why Employees Are So Angry

September 1, 1998
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Griping, lawsuits and even violence are on the rise because there's a gap between expectations and reality. It's time for HR to bridge the gap.
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Readers Find Violence More Common

September 1, 1998
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HR professionals are increasingly the target of violence. 1 in 4 has faced some form of aggression at work, and a large majority think the problem is getting worse.
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Being an Employee Advocate and a Manager

May 1, 1998
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An expert witness talks about firing the violent employee with mental disabilities.
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ADA Compliance Requires Careful Juggling

April 1, 1998
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When the ADA overlaps other employer issues—like protecting against workplace violence or abiding by union agreements—HR professionals face tough choices. Recent court rulings offer guidance.
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Making Domestic Violence a Business Issue

February 1, 1998
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Workforce talked with Jim Hardeman, corporate EAP manager for Polaroid, about the company's domestic-violence program.
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