The Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) will review efforts by defined contribution retirement plans to locate participants who reached age 70 1/2 and failed to take required minimum distributions.
Employers may be able to streamline processes, reduce paperwork and save money under a new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule that takes effect July 15.
A chart of minimum wage rates by state and municipality.
A chart of leave laws by state.
A Trump administration final rule lets employers of all sizes fund individual coverage health reimbursement arrangements (ICHRAs), a new kind of HRA that gives employers without a group coverage plan a way to help workers purchase their own health insurance on the Affordable Care Act's public exchange.
The U.S. House of Representatives, where Democrats hold sway, may vote as early as August on a measure that would more than double the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Too often we feel that if we are laughing during work, people may think we are "slacking off." But being happy at work is important. Studies suggest that if you're not happy at work, you're less productive, more likely to take sick days, and likely to become a poor problem solver.
Several Texas cities recently enacted paid-leave laws, but local lawmakers have hit a serious roadblock: State law might pre-empt these mandates.
Uber and Lyft have teamed up to combat proposed legislation in California that would make many of the state's gig workers employees—rather than independent contractors—unless an exception is added to the bill.
Employers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) should familiarize themselves with a resolution passed last year by the UAE Federal Cabinet requiring accommodations for individuals with disabilities in the workplace.
The Supreme Court of New South Wales has awarded legal costs against an HR manager who destroyed confidential information belonging to his former employer.
The boards of Fortune 500 companies are expected to achieve gender parity among the incoming class of directors by 2023, according to projections from Heidrick & Struggles' recently released 2019 Board Monitor.
A new report, Diversity in the Boardroom: Pushing Forward, Reaching Back, offers 12 recommendations on how boards of directors can diversify their membership.
Here are 10 more test-taking tips to help you reach your goal of SHRM certification. Instructor Adam R. Calli, SHRM-SCP, shares insight from his years of teaching SHRM certification courses.
After I earned my first HR-related certification in 2001, I pledged to myself to try to attend the SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition, as it was an affordable way to earn 17 or so recertification credits at one time. After attending that first conference in San Francisco, I was hooked! The SHRM conference has opened doors to me that I would not have been able to walk through otherwise.
As you make your plans to attend the SHRM 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition, or any of the other SHRM local, state and national conferences this year, keep in mind that developing competencies is all about action and application of knowledge. Setting goals, taking notes and following up are critical if you want to develop yourself.
If online negative reviews threaten a business’s brand, reputation and future hiring prospects, what’s a company’s recourse? And what if the review is accurate about a negative aspect of working for your company?
SHRM Online spoke with Deb Bubb, HR vice president and chief leadership, learning and inclusion officer at IBM, about the company's learning and development initiatives.
New Mexico employee handbook resources provided by XpertHR.
Virginia employee handbook resources provided by XpertHR.