When one of your executives is in a bitter divorce, corporate information can find its way into the public record, sometimes to the embarrassment of the company.
Articles by Gillian Flynn
In April, HIPAA’s privacy rules go into effect. If your company isn’t well on its way to compliance, HR will have to jump-start the effort.
The Supreme Court will consider important workplace issues including the FMLA, and the definition of “damages.”
What HR should expect when an employee is pregnant.
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act turns 35 this year, and an attorney explains why the law has a few new wrinkles.
An attorney talks about what you need to know when conducting background checks, and points out potential landmines.
It is commonly believed that if you train your employees, the company is safe from lawsuits. But if training is ineffective, the company may find itself in trouble.
An attorney talks about use-it-or-lose-it vacation policies, as well as controlling employee vacation usage.
An attorney talks about what you need to ask yourself before hiring candidates from other countries.
As the war in Afghanistan escalates, many employers are again faced with the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA).