Wellness is no longer trendy, but organizations without a wellness plan should analyze whether it's a fit for its employee population.
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Menstrual leave is less about the symptoms women face and more about employers demonstrating trust and support for their female employees.
The ACA makes it pretty damn hard to move high-cost employees off of your health insurance to combat out-of-control (and still rising) insurance costs.
While many companies have faced and resolved some of the issues outlined below, employers everywhere may someday confront similarly daunting circumstances, whether because of hurricane, earthquake or other natural—or even manmade--disaster.
Our supervisors are not giving enough thought to the serious task of performance evaluations. We also lack specific criteria for measuring performance. How can I change the performance evaluation criteria, and where do I start? I'd like to shorten the process.
This case has very little to do with the legality of criminal background checks and everything about two litigants buying off the risk of a trial.
Title VII’s religious accommodation provision is the law of the land, and it does not permit value judgments based on the religion of the person making the request.
A new quasi-classification of workers could be the answer to independent contractor woes.
A recent study indicated that 48 percent of respondents believe they will need $50,000 to pay for individual health care costs in retirement, but the true cost is estimated at four times that amount.
Ten of the 22 lawsuits filed or settlements reached by the EEOC in May included allegations of disability discrimination. That’s a .455 batting average, which is none too shabby in anyone’s book.
Send these two letters to applicants based on whether you will interview them or not.
Four issues that come up when contingent employees bring claims.
Is there any logical grouping or hierarchical order to the factors that impact talent management? For example, gaps include: A) imprecise career paths, B) engagement, C) skills development, D) subjective performance assessments, etc. Are there rules about which is foundational and which is built on the foundation? —More than Theory, training and development leader, telecommunications, Quebec