What if confidential information contained in an employee’s file is seen by someone who is not supposed to see it, and that person takes legal action? You could be held liable for the information you misfiled. Think it’s a small risk? Think again.
Not paying close attention to how you classify your staff under FLSA regulations can land you in legal hot water if the employee (or even the government) files a claim later for improperly paid wages or compensation. Is your company making the top FLSA classification mistakes?
Thanks to the abundance of hotspots and free Wi-Fi connections available these days, it’s easy to work from almost anywhere. But by working through a public Wi-Fi connection, are you putting your company's information at risk?
Disciplining employees is not something most managers look forward to doing. Maintaining an “I hope this goes away” approach may not be the best strategy, so how can you prepare yourself and better handle issues in this area?
Throwing a summer party at your company? Be careful—they’re not always the picnic you think they’ll be.
As a Human Resources (HR) professional, do department managers and top company leaders fail to take your department seriously? Are you left struggling to have a seat with the company's big decision-makers? You’re not alone.
Requesting too much information can be bad whether you’re on a first date or filling out an I-9 for a new employee.
Does your corporation utilize the services of interns? If so, do you offer them payment? If not, here are a few reasons to reconsider.
Thinking of starting a relationship with a co-worker? Better think again. If you can't resist, follow these tips from an HR professional.