IBM is offering its Watson supercomputer services as an employee benefit to find the best cancer treatment options. It will be available beginning in January 2017 to any employee eligible for the company’s self-insured medical plan, IBM said. The services…
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You can help insulate your company from retaliation claims by training your employees to treat FMLA requests (and other instances of protected activity) as need-to-know.
Employers should be current with changes to applicable labor and employment laws with regard to employee leave requests.
James Tehrani interviews James Walsh, the author of the recently published book "Playing Against the House," about his experiences as a union 'salt.'
These lawsuits are consistent with the EEOC’s internal position, which dates back at least to 2012.
Employers must be cautious in dealing with reports of possible FLSA violations.
When the accommodation is so trivial (a $1.39 bag of chips), employers should strongly consider making the accommodation for an employee’s medical situation regardless of the scenario.
It is critical that you have a policy establishing rights and expectations in relation to personnel files.
Millennial branding guru Dan Schawbel sheds light on the looming retention problem and what you can do to scratch younger workers’ two-year itch.
Temporary workers can misunderstand that the employee’s actual boss is the staffing agency. Employers also may think they can avoid anti-discrimination laws by using indirect hiring, but they may still face legal exposure.
Where is the love? It’s a question your employees are probably asking even if Valentine’s Day isn’t looming like a giant heart-shaped cloud.
What may be most effective retention strategy is something that costs next to nothing: volunteering.