A list of the information you will need to keep for when your state unemployment office asks for verification of your job searches, and examples of job search forms.
This article will address bereavement, in particular, how suffering a bereavement can impact on employment, both for employees and employers.
Tips from an HR professional about how the employee complaint investigation process works. What you need to know if you're being investigated or if you are filing a complaint of your own.
This article will discuss one possible remedy to the gender pay gap – comparable worth – as well as the different types of job analysis, job evaluations, and how these practices can help to contribute to making pay equity between men and women a reality.
Zero-hour contracts are not entirely one-sided as some people claim they are; they can both benefit and harm employers and employees.
Are you protected against discrimination if your employer learns about your genetic or medical condition? Learn about what led up to the passage of Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), what GINA does, and what it does not do.
How much of a raise should you get after one year with a company? It's absolutely appropriate to ask for a pay increase after one year or even six months of work. Here's how to do it.
If you are a new supervisor or manager responsible for hiring employees, you may want to learn more about screening resumes to save some time in your search. Here are the basics.
It's performance review time, and the boss has some less-than-glowing feedback about your work. Here's how to deal with negative or unfair job feedback like a real cowboy. Tips from an HR ranch hand.
Trouble at work? How to respond to allegations of misbehavior in the workplace. Use these tips in dealing with an HR investigator if you are accused of rules violations on the job.
Is your job secure? Learn the warning signs that a layoff could be imminent. An insider reveals what HR isn't telling you about company downsizing.
Thousands of job postings are posted online daily, but what makes a job posting good? What needs to be in a posting to attract the right candidates?
I've been an employer who has had to pay unemployment benefits, and I have been a worker who collected them. This is what I learned from being on both situations at different times.
You've submitted your resignation, and now Human Resources requests an exit interview. Here's why you should say no and suggestions for how to decline. Don't get trapped in this no win situation.
Though introverts are often overlooked in the workplace, they have much to offer your company. Introverts are independent, creative, and productive employees who can bring tremendous value to your company.