New research proves that the most successful talent acquisition teams do much more than fill vacant roles—they hold a place of central strategic importance in their organizations.
As pressure on employers to address the pay gap between men and women, and between white and minority employees, ramps up, consider keeping an "equity reserve" off the top of the payroll adjustment budget and use these funds to close the parity gap, a pay equity attorney advised.
CEOs report that their top HR professionals aren’t able to use analytics to forecast the company’s employment needs, they can’t effectively identify new talent pipelines and sources of talent, and they don’t link employee planning to business planning.
The authors of the DDI study offered these tips to HR staffs for using analytics to anticipate business needs and communicate better with company leaders.
Business leaders are taking lessons from software developers and restructuring their companies to conform with the tenets of agile project management.
Cybersecurity professionals of color earn less than their white counterparts, says a new report, "Innovation Through Inclusion: The Multicultural Cybersecurity Workforce."
Job seekers with movie-star good looks appear to have the world at their feet, except for when they apply for menial work, according to recent research.
Republicans are no longer expected to make big changes in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). But bipartisan legislation streamlining ACA reporting and giving health savings accounts more flexibility are on the agenda.
The Court of Justice of the European Union tackled the issue of "working time" in terms of Directive 2003/88/EC, and provided guidance as to when being on-call must be considered as "working time" within the meaning of the directive, even if the worker is at home.
More employers are likely to self-audit their pay practices and correct errors as a result of the U.S. Department of Labor’s new pilot program, the Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) program.
The Ontario government has introduced Bill 203, the Pay Transparency Act of 2018, with the goal of closing the gender pay gap.
Under the Colorado Wage Claim Act, a terminated employee's right to seek unpaid wages or compensation at termination is subject to the two- or three-year statute of limitations found in the CWCA, the Colorado Supreme Court has held.
Although most states follow federal law in calculating overtime and other wage and hour issues, California does not. The California Supreme Court reinforced this principle in a recent decision about calculating overtime pay for employees who receive “flat-sum” bonuses.
No one looks forward to disciplining or firing employees, but most HR professionals must deal with these sensitive matters from time to time—while also ensuring that the business complies with a host of employment laws. Here are some tips for handling disciplinary matters without giving rise to a lawsuit.
What should HR do when a senior manager oversteps legal boundaries and the ramifications of his or her behavior affect the entire workforce?
Citing the employer’s “insufficient documentation,” a federal court found that genuine questions existed as to whether a former employee was terminated for taking leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act.
The Idaho Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit brought by a customer service agent despite allegations that the health care services provider for the university discriminated against him by not providing proper training materials.
Following the "Pence rule" in the workplace—when a man declines to be alone with a woman other than his wife—may stand in the way of men mentoring women, which some view as a necessary stepping stone for women's professional advancement.
When workers request time off, they may have the right to take job-protected leave under various federal, state and local laws. HR professionals should be aware of the differences between these laws and how they interact.
A chart of ban the box laws by state.