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HR Management

Supreme Court rejects large employer vax mandate, upholds health-care mandate

The Supreme Court struck down OSHA’s vaccine-or-test rule, but said the mandate for health-care workers to be vaccinated against covid could go into effect.
Employment Law

Intermittent leave abuse? Demand new cert

Workers whose doctors approve intermittent FMLA leave can essentially take time off whenever their condition flares up. Employers typically must wait six months to question intermittent leave certifications if the leave is for a condition of indefinite duration. However, if employers suspect intermittent leave abuse, they can demand recertification sooner.
Compensation & Benefits

Paying with 91,500 pennies draws DOL’s attention—and more charges

A Georgia business owner is being sued for retaliation after delivering a former employee’s final pay in the form of 91,500 oil-covered pennies dumped in the man’s driveway.
Employee Relations

Help managers build trust: 6 best practices

Good relationships between managers and their subordinates start with trust. Pass along these tips to help managers strengthen the bonds of trust with their staff members.

Snapshot: Who’s quitting to gain the flexibility to work anywhere?

Baby boomers are quitting for the option to work from anywhere at nearly twice the rate of their younger colleagues.

Employers try new tactics to attract job candidates

When unemployment stood at 14.8% in April 2020, nobody imagined hiring would be HR’s greatest challenge just 20 months later. The sudden shift has employers seeking new ways to attract new employees. According to a recent analysis of 40,000 online job sources by the Conference Board, two tactics are gaining favor.
Article Archives

Navigate CDC’s new return-to-work guidance

4 tips to protect against covid lawsuits

You risk bias lawsuits if you bypass promotion rules

Pandemic reshaped how training is delivered

Supreme Court could strike down one of two mandates

Harassment settlement requires boss accountability

Prepare to pay if class action alleges sex bias

Read CDC’s new guidance on isolation after positive tests

Warn employees about student loan forgiveness cons

Amazon-NLRB deal a union game-changer

More employers taking steps to foster pay equity

OSHA offers free training resources

Snapshot: Top 5 industries for pay raises

The HR I.Q. Test: January ’22

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