One in five of your employees may be helping to support a household that includes grandparents, grandchildren or both.
Beyond its obvious emotional impact, an employee’s death almost always leaves unfinished business for HR and payroll to handle.
Smart employers educate staff about acceptable email use and follow a regular policy of computer-file purging to keep the organization’s network free of unnecessary data. But what if your organization thinks it may be a lawsuit target?
When employees approach retirement, they sometimes go on autopilot. They may think there’s no way their employer will fire them at their age, assuming management will fear an age discrimination lawsuit. Such sudden drops in productivity can frustrate everyone involved, including co-workers and supervisors.
Walmart has signed the White House’s Fair Chance Business Pledge, bringing to 185 the number of employers joining an Obama administration campaign to help job candidates with criminal histories find their way back into the workforce.
For a smooth exit that’s favorable to both employee and employer, follow these steps for any departure.