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Does that decision really require a meeting?

Meetings are an essential platform for sharing information, brainstorming new ideas and collaborating as a team. But are they always necessary? Not according to those recently polled by Accountemps.

Poll: Executives rate HR higher than others do

Executives think more highly of HR than managers do, and both give the function more love than nonmanagers do, according to a recent survey conducted by BambooHR.

No class-action status for NHL players’ injury lawsuit

A group of former National Hockey League players has lost their bid to file a class-action lawsuit against the league because each of their circumstances were too different to meet federal class-action rules.

Auto-erased surveillance video can be perfectly legal

Do you take video recordings of the workplace and automatically delete them based on a set schedule? That’s fine as long as you haven’t been notified of pending litigation.

Regular safety complaints could spell legal trouble

Be careful if a worker files a steady stream of safety complaints. If those complaints are followed by an accident or incident and the worker is disciplined for something seemingly unrelated, he may still be able to make a whistleblower complaint.

The HR I.Q. Test: August ’18

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

Survey: 45% have gained weight in their current job

Is your current job making you fat? A new CareerBuilder survey finds that 57% of workers believe they are overweight, and 45% say they’ve gained weight at their present job.

Central Valley, Calif. firms pay in wake of migrant worker deaths

The U.S. Department of Labor has secured judgments against two Fresno-area firms that violated the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act by providing unsafe transportation to migrant workers.

Go beyond harassment best practices: Add respect to your culture

This current wave of harassment accusation appears to be a fundamental climate change in how our culture handles power and ethics. Your organization has two choices—be reactive and live in fear of it happening to you, or be proactive and get ahead of it.

The dreams that tell you you’re stressed

If you run into a string of these pesky nightmares, or even one whopper, it’s probably time to take stock of your situation and acknowledge your stress is worth addressing.
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