Although employers generally possess a significant degree of latitude with regard to maintaining the integrity of company products, monitoring productivity, and ensuring a safe worksite, employers must balance such interests with the interests of their employees to maintain a degree of privacy.
HR Policies & Procedures
Keep your company in compliance with federal and state laws while you set the appropriate tone for your organization. Get tips on developing solid HR policies that will hold up to scrutiny, along with quick-reading summaries of significant white papers that provide perspective to help you evaluate policy choices in terms of your organization.
Free Special Report: 5 Tips for Creating HR Policies That Will Hold Up in Court
In yesterday’s Advisor, attorney Ashley Gillihan offered critical definitions of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) terms of art. Today, his pros and cons of dropping/maintaining coverage, plus an introduction to the all-things-HR-in-one-place website, HR.BLR.com.
In yesterday’s Advisor, consultant Dick Sem, CPP CSC, covered warning signs of impending violence; today, the essential components of a workplace violence (WPV) program plus an introduction to the all-things-HR-in-one-place website, HR.BLR.com®.
In the 6th installment of our Firing 101 series, Stephen Bruce discusses the nine questions you should answer before your next termination meeting. Termination meetings are tough enough already. You don’t want any additional surprises. These nine questions will help you ensure that you are prepared.
One of the biggest concerns for employers who are considering implementing a BYOD workplace policy is balancing the need to protect company information with employee privacy. Mario Bordogna of Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC provides practical advice for employers who have or are considering a BYOD work environment to an audience of HR professionals and employers at the Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Orlando, Florida. Learn more about AEIS at http://aeisonline.com.