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Source: California HR, 13 May 2019
Many employers would agree that sick workers should stay home to recover and that employees should be able to care for ill relatives when needed. But the proliferation of state and local sick-leave laws with different requirements can burden employers with ...
Source: California HR, 13 May 2019
An employee who voluntarily left her job couldn't sue her former employer for race and age discrimination, the California Court of Appeal ruled. Although the employee claimed that her supervisor made her job so stressful she had no choice but to quit, she ...
Source: SHRM HR News, 13 May 2019
With millions of U.S. jobs going unfilled, employers looking for workers would be wise to expand their recruiting and hiring efforts to include people with criminal records. SHRM is a leader in the effort to provide second chances to people with criminal b ...
Source: SHRM HR News, 13 May 2019
Whistleblowers who expose violations of European Union (EU) law will soon be protected from retaliation throughout the EU under a new directive that the European Commission and member states have agreed to.... ...
Source: SHRM HR News, 13 May 2019
The United Kingdom (U.K.) Court of Appeal recently confirmed that employers usually can conduct internal investigations and disciplinary procedures when an employee is also subject to related criminal proceedings.... ...
Source: SHRM HR News, 13 May 2019
Most U.S. employers are working to resolve pay inequities based on gender, race or other demographic factors, but there is still room for improvement—especially when addressing women’s under-representation in top-level jobs.... ...
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