Every Montana company with even a single employee should have an employee handbook. In a state with arguably the most employee-friendly laws in the country, a haphazard approach to handbooks is dangerous and can create liability with disastrous consequences.
Month: August 2017
The American workplace is physically and emotionally taxing, with workers frequently facing unstable work schedules, unpleasant and potentially hazardous working conditions, and an often hostile social environment, according to a new study that probes working conditions in the United States.
In a related move just ahead of disclosure of the proposed amendments to the fiduciary rule (See, DOL Seeks 18-Month Delay for Complying with Fiduciary Rule Exemptions), the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) on August 3 released another set of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the final fiduciary rule that became applicable on June 9.
Employers may be breathing a sigh of relief after the announcement on August 29 that the pay data collection aspect of the EEO-1 form has been suspended.
“Sometimes I want to throw in the towel at work. Employees are looking to me for leadership and sometimes I just want to quit.” As an HR leader, do thoughts similar to these ever cross your mind?
Smartphones are nearly ubiquitous. As a result, retailers and employers are both trying to find better ways to reach their customers and candidates. Today we’ll explore how to incorporate mobile tech into you recruiting process.
If you’ve been using a mandatory drug screening program as a condition of employment, perhaps you’re already aware that there are a lot of pros and cons involved with doing so. Many employers view such a program as mandatory because an employer has an obligation to provide a safe working environment.
by Tammy Binford Employers may be breathing a sigh of relief after the announcement on August 29 that the pay data collection aspect of the EEO-1 form has been suspended. “We’re very excited about this,” Nita Beecher, an attorney with Fortney & Scott, LLC, in Washington, D.C., and an editor of Federal Employment Law Insider, […]
by David S. Fortney and H. Juanita M. Beecher We should honor—not attack—those who have stood up for equality and other cherished American values. —Intel CEO Brian Krzanich upon his resignation from the American Manufacturing Council The summer of 2017 has shown that American business is committed to, and prepared to defend, broad-based EEO and […]
Each year, California employers are faced with the task of keeping up with a whole new round of labor laws and regulations, most of them courtesy of the state legislature. This year is no exception, with many changes occurring midyear. Staying up to date and ensuring compliance with these ever-changing state, local, and federal laws […]