Recent policy shifts from the American Medical Association and the EEOC are changing the way employers address obesity in the workplace.Read More
One Harvard University economist suggests greater flex-work opportunities could aid women's cause in their pursuit of equal pay.Read More
If unhealthy employees are bad for business, then I think it’s fair to argue an executive who plays ‘body police’ and essentially bullies employees into participating in a wellness program is bad for business, too.
Experts attribute RPO growth to the recovering economy, the increasing use of social media and mobile technology and the evolution of RPO services firms.Read More
A new bill introduced in Congress in late 2013 would provide workers 12 weeks of paid leave to tend to those personal or family illnesses.Read More
The EEOC’s move to broaden the number of people who may be entitled to ADA protections could increase an employer’s risk of a lawsuit.Read More
Craft brewing has enjoyed a renaissance since then-President Jimmy Carter signed a bill in 1978, and employment in the industry is bubbling, too.Read More
While flextime is gaining in popularity in the 2010s, one Pulitzer Prize-winning author used the idea to paint his most famous character as a lazy employee by 1960s standards.Read More
Civil War book reveals older generations have dismissed younger generations for, well, generations.Read More
The 2011 ruling of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. v. Dukes continued to have a wide-ranging impact on virtually all class actions pending in federal and state courts throughout the country in 2013 cases.