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When two of your staff members are at war, you might be tempted to call them into your office and help them work it out, as I attempted to do recently. That tactic works sometimes, but if they are really at war and hurt feelings are involved, you might want to try the three-meeting approach.
In Maine, the law recently became somewhat clearer when a court ruled that employers cannot discriminate against staff who use marijuana. In another court case, the contract vs. employee debate was also cleared up for GrubHub.
Employment law experts from across the country have published their advice on arbitration agreements, particularly for sexual harassment claims. Here’s what you need to know.
Let’s take a look at a few of the most common popular topics from 2017 recruiting that you should know to stay on your game in 2018.
When it comes to dating, you don’t always know exactly who you’re meeting. It’s time to find out.
The #MeToo movement isn’t slowing down, and HR professionals across the country are addressing their sexual harassment policies. There have also been developments in FMLA liability and the Justice Department’s crackdown on no-poach agreements.
Do you know how to properly file new hire reports, or do you need to make sure someone on your operations team is doing it?
The simplest way to reach that feeling is by crossing off the tasks you’ve been avoiding—you know which ones we’re talking about! After that, there are a few to-dos that will prepare your schedule for the coming year.
The three-day rule for E-Verify cases is suspended for cases affected by the shutdown. We’ll provide additional guidance once they reopen.
Apps that allow employees to be paid daily through an app on their phones are on the rise. According to a new forecast, employee salaries are also expected to experience change, but only slightly.