CEO Andrew Puzder may be having second thoughts about his nomination, sources say. But others indicate he's up for the confirmation battle.
President Donald Trump’s first 100 days will be dedicated to initial steps such as repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act and proposing paid maternity leave.
The practice of offering relocating employees a core set of benefits plus optional, flexible add-ons is gaining popularity, according to new research.
The working relationship between recruiters and hiring managers can often be strained by poor communication, especially when recruiting for tough-to-fill roles. But recruiters can make that crucial relationship better by acting as talent advisors, coaching hiring managers on the talent market, managing their expectations and providing valuable information to develop an optimal recruitment strategy.
Recruiting for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has got to be markedly different than talent acquisition anywhere else, right? Well, yes and no. SHRM Online spoke with Ronald Patrick, a 30-year veteran of the agency, about those similarities and differences.
Rep. Tom Price, the nominee for Secretary of Health and Human Services, outlined broad goals but was short on ACA replacement specifics during his testimony before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
Organizations that use apprenticeships to recruit and train employees in a cost-effective way are discovering an impressive return on investment (ROI), which can be even greater when detailed data is collected and used to evaluate the program.
The California Legislature is once again considering a bill that would expand parental leave requirements to smaller businesses.
Now that Donald Trump has been elected president, the electorate is taking a closer look at his priorities. For HR professionals, his positions on issues affecting the workplace are of particular interest. In some cases, he is calling for less regulation; in other situations, he calls for more. And his proposals aren't without some controversy.
Liability may be imputed against the employer where "the employer either provided no reasonable avenue for complaint or knew of the harassment but did nothing about it," according to a federal district court.
A school district director who was reassigned shortly after taking medical leave could go to trial on his Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) claims because his superintendent said that she was "frustrated" that his leave did not begin immediately, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois ruled.
The Nov. 22, 2016, court order blocking implementation of the new federal overtime rule’s higher salary level for the executive, administrative and professional exemptions arguably does not apply to the rule's increased salary level for the highly compensated employee exemption.
Nonunion and union employers alike will be affected by three cases the U.S. Supreme Court announced on Jan. 13 that it will review to determine whether class-action waivers in arbitration agreements are lawful.
The social sharing platform Snapchat is being sued by a former employee who claims the company misrepresented its finances while recruiting him and then insisted he divulge Facebook’s proprietary information, which he refused to do.
What would you do if you discovered through social media that one of your employees was moonlighting as an actor in pornographic movies?
The U.S. Department of State has issued a proposed rule amending the labor requirements for foreign students working in the U.S. on cultural exchange visas.
Employers have until Jan. 22, 2017, to get up to speed on using the newest version of the Form I-9.
Here are six steps to follow to help you write winning business proposals.
The repeal of key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) could lead to significant economic disruption and substantial job losses, some researchers believe. Or it could lead to job growth, others maintain, given that many companies say ACA coverage and compliance mandates led them to cut full-time jobs at their firms.
How well a financial wellness program is designed can determine whether it succeeds in reducing employees’ money-related stress, which can affect worker productivity and engagement.