The HR I.Q. Test: February '17

Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

Work fatalities hit 8-year high; the 10 deadliest jobs

4,836 Americans were killed in workplace accidents in 2015.

5 policy tips for managing workplace romance

You’re better off managing relationships between co-workers than banning them.

Yearly cost of commuting: $3,000 and 187 hours

Americans spend an average of 45 minutes every day commuting to and from work at an average cost of $12 per day.

Snapshot: Optimism about job prospects reaches an all-time high

Half of Americans surveyed think now is a good time to find a quality job.

Snapshot: What women look for when they look for a new job

Women more than men will shop around for job opportunities that fit them and their lives.

OSHA fines Doylestown, Pa., psych facility for biting hazard

OSHA has fined Foundations Behavioral Health $36,701 for four violations related to employee safety at its Doylestown location.

The HR I.Q. Test: January '17

Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

Work fatality rate falls, even as numbers go up

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released its Census of Workplace Fatal Injuries for 2015.

Does your organization have a network czar?

This is the person outside IT responsible for patrolling your servers for the many faux pas employees and their departments commit daily with online files.

Is your HR department effective? 5 questions to find out

Here are 5 questions to begin the conversation of how you can create a human resources department that adds value every day.

A 7-step survival guide for first-time managers

Here is a seven-point guide to help rookie bosses quickly get control of the job, demonstrate competence and establish authority with a minimum of frustration.

Any tips on conducting an employee survey?

Q. We’re planning to do our first employee survey this year. Are there any best practices? — H.P., North Carolina

In contentious times, reaffirm your commitment to diversity

Now is a good time to consider taking steps to reinforce your commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Court: Employer can't be held responsible for failing to predict employee violence

So-called negligent retention doesn’t require employers to predict who may turn violent.
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