LGBT Employment Discrimination Protections Favored By Readers
We asked your opinion about the expanding employment protections for LGBT employees and applicants. Here is the response. Read More
Are Reasonable Accommodations For Employees with Disabilities Too Costly Or A Bargain?
EEOC sues a bank employer for failing to accommodate a visual impairment. New research shows why the undue hardship defense to accommodating is losing effectiveness. Read More
Talk to Me - What Type Of Communication Do Your Employees Want?
Workers of all ages value in-person communications, even in this digital world. A new survey provides insight into what employees are seeking from their managers. Read More
Purple Decision Creates New Gray Areas For Employee Communications: Recent NLRB Ruling Challenges Employers
In Purple Communications, Inc., NLRB rules employees on nonworking time can use employer's email to communicate about work conditions. What now? Read More
Are Your Drug Policies Up To The Challenge Of More Marijuana Use By Employees?
Marijuana legalization means workers are using more. How do workplace drug testing policies deal with legalized pot? Read More
Employees Are Prepared To Request Raises. How Will You Respond?
Employees are usually well prepared to argue their cases for raises. Are you prepared to respond? Read More