A proposal asked states to establish a quantitative measure to help guarantee policyholders’ ability to access health care.
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GINA prohibits employers from discriminating against employees because of their genetic information, including genetic information of family members.
If your business is a place of public accommodation, you should be training your employees on their obligations to accommodate disabled people.
When disaster strikes, guiding your workforce during the incident, and then getting your employees back on their feet and back to work, could be the key to your company’s survival. The odds of your business recovering quickly from a major disaster greatly improve if you are prepared and have practical plans in place for managing your workforce in the face of a major crises such as a fire, hurricane or earthquake.
The Mayo Clinic’s emergency staffing plan proved its mettle when Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast in 2005.
In her book, “Menopause or Lunacy ... That Is the Question,” Donna Faye Randall shares anecdotes about dealing with menopause and the potential for bias against menopausal women.
The Labor Department filed a wage-and-hour lawsuit against Ohio televangelist Ernest Angley and the for-profit buffet his church operates.
The duty to consider reasonable accommodations doesn't just include an employee’s medical condition, but also any medications an employee is taking to treat that condition.
It's not that far from the NLRB letting the chickens run the workplace henhouse. How will employers be able to effectively manage then?
It doesn't look good if only 0.5 percent of your managers are African American when you're defending a race-discrimination case.
Old-guard companies like Dow chemical and newcomers like Ben & Jerry’s are focusing on Sustainability as well as ‘corporate social responsibility.’ they do it not just as a ‘right thing to do’ philosophy but because it helps cut costs, generate new customers and recruit talent.
In the midst of a sour economy, some organizations have opted to rehire some laid-off employees as independent contractors. But this practice is fraught with risk, and it is becoming riskier now: The IRS is planning an audit crackdown early next year. Here is what you need to know before you hire independent contractors in lieu of employees.
Author Chris Farrell contends that baby boomers are changing the way we should think about work, community and the good life in his new book, 'Unretirement.'