The number of children with disabilities has been climbing for more than a decade and that means that a growing number of employees are struggling to care for a child with special health care needs. About 6 million children in…
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The handling of employees taking legal prescription medications is highly fact sensitive and legally nuanced.
For its world-class mobile people management app, Etisalat Egypt is the winner of the silver Optimas Award for Global Outlook.
As wage-and-hour lawsuits continue to be the bane of employers, they'll need to go back to the drawing board to limit the costs of these expensive and time-consuming lawsuits.
Because more courts are accepting transgender-bias claims under Title VII, (un)conscious biases could undermine an otherwise legitimate termination.
In the days leading up to Christmas, the NLRB released 15 new opinions --13 of them concluded that the employer had promulgated an unlawful arbitration clause.
This case was low-hanging fruit for the Board. Don’t leave your fruit hanging.
Employees think the four-inch device in their pockets is theirs, and what they email, text, Facebook, etc., is not the employer's business. They're wrong.
Employers are not requiring employees to turn over access to their personal social media pages. Courts sometimes require litigants to turn over social media information when it might be helpful to prove or disprove a claim. End of story.
Bevy of so-called solutions to curbing costs are caught in the crossfire as authors debunk such fixes as wellness plans and predictive modeling formulas.
The plan is a tax-exempt trust account set up by employers to offset state unemployment insurance.
Ehling v. Monmouth-Ocean Hospital Service Corp. provides further legal justification for employers to avoid this practice.
I am a human resources consultant trying to gingerly solve a managerial behavior issue. A certain leader seems to try and determine who might be saying things about him and often seems to make life difficult until he finds out. How do we intervene to intercept this behavior? —Personality Clash, executive trainer, HR services, Mercer Island, Washington
In addition to salary and compensation, shouldn't this beg the question: How do nonsalary/compensation benefits factor into the retention equation? Many companies derive value from enhancing their culture through workplace chaplains, health care clinics, life coaches, etc. Salary and compensation rightfully dominate the attention, but ought we also address the noncompensation and cultural aspects of retention as well? —Big Picture, HR services, Illinois