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Employee Relations

Telecommuting: A search for equilibrium

Even as the overall numbers of telecommuting employees rises, some companies are reconsidering their telecommuting policies. The fluid situation suggests that there is no one-size-fits-all policy that covers the who, how and when of telecommuting.
Employment Law

Title VII protects men against sex bias, too

When it comes to Title VII’s sex discrimination provisions, we usually think of the law protecting women against gender bias. In fact, men can and frequently do complain to the EEOC about so-called reverse sex discrimination.
HR Management

Where in the world are wages rising fastest?

WorldatWork’s annual Salary Budget Survey reveals that employers in all surveyed countries are projecting salary budget increases for 2018.
Compensation & Benefits

Snapshot: Employers expanding their benefits

Overall, 32% of employers increased their benefits offerings in the last year. They were most likely to offer better wellness and health benefits.

Feds unveil new I-9 form & more enforcement

If you haven’t thought much about that stalwart of HR paperwork—the Employment Eligibility Verification, or I-9 form—this is the summer to scrutinize your compliance. That’s because the Trump administration has just released a new version of the I-9 that you’ll need to begin using by Sept. 18.
Article Archives

Stanton to be tapped to head Labor Department's Wage & Hour Division

House bill would cut DOL budget 11%

NLRB nominee says he would sit out cases involving his law firm

Employees say senior execs lack management skills

Supreme Court to hear religious freedom case

The talk that makes even great employees sweat

Where did all the summer jobs go?

Snapshot: Who do employers plan to hire?

Administration begins new OT rules process

Cost of misguided English-only rule: $50,000

Labor Dept. to resume issuing opinion letters

Survey: Candidates dislike the hiring experience

DOL on overtime rule: We could defend but don't really want to

Dhillon in, Lipnic out as EEOC chair