Plan sponsors seek more control with the investments in a target-date fund as well as the glide path.
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When an employee complains about a health problem at work, do your diligence. Determine if the employee is requesting an accommodation.
Above all else, being a salaried exempt employee means that you work until you get the job done.
Much more often than not, requests for accommodations are not the demarcation on a battleground, but the call for a middle ground.
Injuries at voluntary work-related events may be compensable if there is an expectation of participation, especially for a manager who organized the event.
We need a strategy that is effective but won't be cumbersome or costly. What are the keys to using social tools to recruit? —Behind the Curve, human resources representative, finance/insurance/real estate, North Hollywood, California
Roughly 70 percent of companies said that high school students who complete their internship programs are likely to land a college internship as well.
Our leadership team is looking at several managers for potential promotion. All the candidates are good, but we can only promote one. There isn’t a great deal to separate them — each person has assets and deficits. Since the margin of difference is small, what can we do to make sure we make the right choice? — Talent Scout, director of development, electronics, Scottsdale, Arizona
We have employees in a work area who are constantly bickering among themselves. They start rumors about each other, even though they've been warned of disciplinary action regarding their behavior. How close are we to completely losing our professional environment? — Frazzled, compliance and ethics officer, contracting and consulting, Madison, Mississippi