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Do your employees have reserved parking spots are your workplace? If so, you could owe taxes on those parking spaces! In other news, more and more businesses are giving ex-offenders a chance in the wake of low unemployment, and salary-history bans for job seekers reached the Midwest last week.
A new federal overtime rule could become the law of the land next year. Could reclassifying your employees save your business money?
Before screening your job candidates’ social media posts and profiles, make sure you understand the pros and cons of such an action before adding it to your HR toolkit.
Terminating someone’s employment is always stressful, no matter how bad the fit may be for your business.
Take this opportunity to bust a few of the hiring myths that could be holding your HR team from success.
Employers can’t be too careful these days. Workplace accidents and criminality can expose businesses to serious liabilities that can shut a company down virtually overnight.
In 2019, workplace violence—particularly violence involving a firearm—is on the rise.
Could your state be the next to legalize the leaf? Here are the next four states likely to consider the issue.
Here are the most common reasons why people run background checks on themselves.
Changes could be coming to the way U.S. business calculate and pay out overtime wages, and the Senate will consider a bill that makes E-Verify mandatory for all employers. Is your business prepared?