Thomas Perez was appointed the secretary of Labor July 18. His appointment was met with caution by employer groups but welcomed by pro-union groups.Read More
Employers are focusing on current economic conditions and the policies of the Obama administration this year, according to a survey conducted by law firm Littler Mendelson. Read More
For the past year or so, a steadily improving economy and a rebounding housing market have turned employer uneasiness about relocating employees into cautious willingness to move personnel domestically. International transfer, though, appear to be increasing at a quicker pace.Read More
Now that the Defense of Marriage Act is defunct, employers will be able to provide equal benefits packages for all employees. Read More
The Supreme Court sent back Fisher v. University of Texas to the lower courts June 24, meaning it could be a while before this case carries any serious implications for affirmative action programs. Read More
In the past five years, behavior-motivating plans have become an increasingly popular aspect of employee recognition programs, according to a new survey. Read More
Party on, human resource professionals. You guys do it well.
A federal court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, who were unpaid interns for Fox Searchlight Inc. during the company's production of the film 'Black Swan,' deciding they should have been paid for their services. Read More