Is The HR Budget Drought Over? What New Systems Is HR Considering?
New survey reflects an increase in HR development. Read what organizations are doing to improve the way they manage employee information. Read More
Are U.S. Discrimination Laws Too Broad?
We wanted to know if our readers think discrimination laws have become too broad. Learn their answers and learn about discrimination laws. Read More
Which Is More Productive - Tablet Or Laptop? But What About Security?
Survey shows productivity increases with tablet use. Productivity increases, but what about security? Read More
Is Substance Abuse The Cause Of High Unemployment? Are Marijuana Users The Next Protected Class?
Employers complain illicit drug use limits qualified applicant pools. Jack McCalmon examines the numbers and forecasts about drug testing and marijuana users. Read More
Wi-Fi Traps - Are Your Employees Putting Your Data At Risk When Using The Internet?
Employees, especially business travelers, use public Wi-Fi, which may make them susceptible to hackers. Read how to train your employees on Wi-Fi best practices. Read More
When HR Goes Bad - Has The First Circuit Expanded Vicarious Liability For Employers?
Appellate court finds HR manager's harassing conduct creates employer liability. Read why certain forms of wrongful terminations are riskier than others. Read More