According to Adobe’s 2017 Consumer Email Survey, the average employee spends 3.3 hours per day checking and responding to their emails.
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A sound compensation plan will not guarantee success in recruiting and retention, but the lack of one can guarantee failure.
In 2010 the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued Fact Sheet # 71 narrowing the definition of what qualified as an unpaid internship.
As technology continues to evolve, it affects the workplace and the workforce. For organizations to remain competitive in a tight talent market, they must keep up with these changes.
Employers today should assume employees are tied to one another through the use of LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or all of these social media sites.
Many pundits accuse human resources of enabling a sexual harassment environment.
The Republican tax bill was introduced last Thursday by the House of Representatives. The proposed bill has mixed-results for HR programs, although 401(k) programs are relatively untouched.
In the wake of this announcement, many employers have wondered whether there is any impact to their organizations, and is there anything they should be doing to support their employees.
Despite court injunction of revised exemption rule and USDOL rule review – do employers still need to comply?
When an employee takes an approved leave which is covered by the American’s with Disability Act (ADA), many times the employee will need additional time off.
While employers struggle to find talent that has the necessary job skills, they are discovering the effects of the opioid epidemic are carrying over into the workplace.
Practicing a policy whereby an employee’s off duty behavior that is not illegal is none of the employer’s business is no longer prudent.
The value and purpose of an updated and thorough employee handbook is apparent in a recent case.
Smart employers use employment applications to gather consistent data in a uniform format about their applicants.