An increase to the minimum wage has already become law in several cities, and a federal bill is under review. But there are benefits to taking action ahead of any mandates.
Even though the interview process is designed to vet job candidates and find out what they can really do for a company, there are still ways for fibs or little exaggerations to get through.
Companies increasingly bring human resources into strategic discussions.
Zenefits benefits-management software might be a busy entrepreneur's best friend -- but is it a benefits provider's worst nightmare?
Ample benefits are a lure to top talent, yet research shows employees often don't take full advantage of what's offered.
The day that employee you wish hadn't quit leaves is the best time to begin wooing her back.
With employers facing new Affordable Care Act reporting requirements in 2016, one human-resources tech company is automating the process.
The expansion puts the online human-resources startup squarely in competition with larger rival Zenefits.
Video interviewing isn't going anywhere. In fact, it's growing as a way for organizations to reach highly talented active and passive job seekers.
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The EU's top court has ruled that, for employees who don't work out of an office, time spent commuting to and from worksites counts as part of the workday.
'My understanding is they've rescinded the offer of employment,' a local police chief said.
In a job market defined by competition for skilled talent, HR leaders can, and do, make an impact on an organization's bottom line.
There is a new breed of worker who takes pride in achieving goals with minimum direction. They still need to be part of the team, though.
Drug testing is useless when all it reveals is that a team member 'medicated' with prescription pot at home over the weekend.