News and Articles About Human Resources
Maternity leave is nothing new, but should you give dads equal time? These four steps will help you to set a policy that works for your business.
Bookmark this benefit strategy timeline to make the most of the year-long extension.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong fired an employee in front of 1,000 coworkers when the employee tried to photograph the boss during a company meeting, reports say.
When the workplace is filled with drama, employees and productivity suffer. Here are four ways to stomp out the politics and get back to work.
Entrepreneurs often have the urge to do it all themselves. But if you want your business to grow and keep your sanity, try these three strategies instead.
A recent webinar outlines the choices businesses need to make under the Affordable Care Act.
A Portuguese court ruled that employees could drink alcohol at work. Is it a human resources nightmare or happy perk?
Retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is under fire for hiring beautiful people as sales clerks. We examine the role looks should play in hiring.
Small-business owners will soon be able to enroll for health insurance on new, online marketplaces. Health-care experts weigh in on how that process might look.
As more businesses expand paid time off for families, our male readers express a range of opinions on how much time to take.
Often times you are the the reason your team isn't getting as much done as you'd like. Here are three ways you might be unknowingly making them less productive at their jobs.
If you can't correct their bad behavior, there are three types of employees that have to go.
Seven out of 10 employees are not engaged at work, according to recent research. Here are five ways to get your team engaged.
A new report released from the Obama Administration breaks down the economic impact of the bipartisan immigration reform bill passed by the Senate.
Switzerland, Sweden and the U.K. top the Global Innovation Index for 2013.
Self-insurance can help you sidestep some of Obamacare's new requirements. But is it right for your company?
The Supreme Court voted to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act this week. Here's a look at some of the ways it could affect your business.
An executive of a disposable medical-supply manufacturer is being held in his office outside of Beijing by his own employees, according to news reports.
Letting employees know you're invested in them makes a huge difference in their attitude. Here are four easy ways to build morale in the office.
A new report ranks the cities in the U.S. where employers are hiring the most.
In a bizarre move, the men's apparel company ousts the man who founded it 40 years ago, providing few details.
The mega-rich telecom entrepreneur says knowledge workers enter their prime in their 60s.
The health-insurance exchanges due out in October may not be ready on schedule, according to Congress's watchdog.
Business strategist Carol Roth argues that forcing businesses to pay interns ignores both the costs incurred by the host business and the value interns receive.
Giving employees consistent honest feedback is important if you want them performing at their absolute best. Here are three ways to take a coaching approach to feedback.
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