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Cupid among the cubicles: 37% have dated co-workers

What do Barack Obama, Bill Gates and Brad Pitt have in common? All met their significant others at work. They’re also far from alone.
Compensation & Benefits

DOL targets West Coast fast food franchises for wage enforcement

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division has launched an enforcement initiative on the West Coast aimed at ensuring workers at fast food establishments are being paid the proper minimum wage and receiving overtime pay when they work more than 40 hours per week.
Employment Law

New EEOC guidance would redefine retaliation

The EEOC has issued a proposed revision to its guidance on workplace retaliation—the first since 1998—that could radically change how enforcement authorities and courts define retaliation and its causes.

Minnesota led nation in job creation last year

Minnesota led the 50 states on Gallup’s 2015 Job Creation Index with an average score of +38, based on workers’ reports of hiring activity at their place of employment.
Employee Relations

10 steps: Conducting an internal investigation

Follow these procedures when conducting internal investigations of alleged employee misconduct.

Can you terminate for off-the-clock activities?

When can you legally terminate a worker for what he or she does on their own time? The answer is an unsatisfying, “It depends.”
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2015 W-2s cast their last shadows

Disabled worker must request accommodation

11.1% of workers belong to a union, membership rate held steady in 2015

Postpone discipline while awaiting FMLA certification

Sample Policy: Job Postings

Good news and bad news: Workers are back

Office betting pools: Is it time to crack down?

No pay for bathroom breaks costs Pa. firm $1.75M

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Poll: Bad body language can disqualify job applicants

Active shooters on site? Staff trained to confront, not cower

Supervisors' guide to progressive discipline

True or False: You know a lot about sexual harassment in the workplace

Age bias: Prepare to justify every termination