Social geotargeting can be the special secret sauce that elevates your recruiting efforts.
While the basic tenets and provisions of the FMLA have not changed through the regulatory process since 2008, there are administrative agency interpretations, updates, and guidance of which employers should be aware.
Advocates of a single-payer health care system in the Golden State cheered when S.B. 562 passed the state Senate in June. But their hopes were temporarily dashed later that month when the bill was blocked from moving forward.
Employers don't have to accommodate any alcohol or illicit drug use in the workplace, but they must be careful not to discriminate against workers with a history of substance abuse who are no longer using. Here’s what HR professionals should know.
Carriers who delivered the San Diego-Union Tribune newspaper were employees of the company, not independent contractors, as the newspaper claimed, the California Court of Appeal ruled.
Employers are including a wider array of contingent workers in their organizations, including project-based freelancers, so they can be more agile in a tight talent market, recent studies have shown.
Even with no replacement measure for the Affordable Care Act now on the congressional horizon, the health savings account reforms in the now-abandoned Senate and House health care bills may yet be voted on by Congress, if HSA stand-alone legislation is introduced or as part of efforts to stabilize the public health care exchanges.
Part-time employees typically are not eligible for their company's core benefits offerings and oftentimes can feel left out. Offering part-timers access to employee-paid voluntary benefits can help to keep them onboard.
A new forecast predicts that salary increase budgets for U.S. employers will grow 3 percent on average in 2018 across most employee categories, essentially unchanged from 2017.
Why creating a “culture of civility” may help to prevent workplace misconduct, inequity and other problems.
Training and development should pervade every aspect of today’s workplace.
States and cities adopt rules that go beyond what federal employment laws require.
An overtime lawsuit by hourly night-shift employees of a Chipotle restaurant in Minnesota who allegedly worked uncompensated time closing the restaurant can proceed as a collective action, the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota ruled.
A Senate committee voted 12-11 on July 19 to advance President Donald Trump's nominees, William Emanuel and Marvin Kaplan, for two vacancies on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Nevada workplace labor and employment law poster chart.
Executive presence is the mysterious X-factor that often determines whether talented women rise to the top ranks of leadership. Professional success is not always determined by who has the most prestigious title. It's determined by who can make a great first impression, command respect and handle social situations with professionalism.
Having male allies in leadership positions at work makes a sizable impact on the career advancement of multicultural women, according to a report from the Working Mother Research Institute
Summer seasonal employers will have access to 15,000 additional H-2B visas for temporary guest workers through the remainder of the fiscal year (FY) that ends Sept. 30.
Because hiring managers and HR professionals are inextricably linked throughout the recruitment and hiring process, it’s important that their relationships are transparent and free from barriers that can, however inadvertently, lead to inefficiencies and lost opportunities.