One of the most complex jobs for HR professionals is administering employee leaves while remaining in compliance with a myriad of laws.
It is extremely important for employers to ensure that their employees are not improperly classified as exempt when they are really nonexempt.
Employment-based immigration is crucial for employers to find the talented workers they need.
Understanding what you may and may not do and request during the "interactive process" and your confidentiality obligations is tricky.
The changing nature of HR management demands that HR professionals participate and contribute fully to their organizations as true strategic business partners.
Completing a USCIS Form I-9 in a compliant manner involves navigating through numerous gray areas of the law and interpreting some often-conflicting and confusing instructions.
Great leaders not only know and manage themselves well, but they are also able to harness the power of motivation to improve employee engagement and performance.
There are so many laws, acts, and ordinances that employers must be aware of and in compliance with, and awareness of federal and state employment laws and regulations and how to mitigate risk is now more crucial than ever.
While writing and reviewing job descriptions might seem like one of the more tedious tasks for HR, the importance of this process can’t be understated.