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Monthly Archive: February 2017

Lawsuit Highlights Risks Associated with Incentives-Based Bonuses

Late last year, Wells Fargo became the subject of scandal following reports that it’s bonus program structure – paired with a questionable corporate culture – paved the way for bank employees to open some 2 million fake bank accounts in order to …

Survey Reveals Hardest to Fill Jobs for 2017

A new survey from job search portal CareerCast has identified the top 10 toughest to fill jobs for 2017. The bad news? The shortages cut across multiple industries and are expected to last long past the end of this year. Specifically, the …

Does FMLA Cover Naps?

A nurse recently filed a lawsuit against her employer amid claims that her unauthorized nap was protected under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). How did the court rule? Well, they had to have a really long think about this one! As …

Survey Suggests Few Employees Understand Financial Products

Everyone knows that their are programs in place that can help them to save money, be it for college, retirement, or anything in between. However, a new survey reveals that less than one third of workers understand the most common financial products …

White House Issues Memo Putting Holds on DOL’s New Overtime Rule

Late last month, White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus issued a memorandum to the heads of executive departments and federal agencies telling them to immediately put a hold on all pending regulations until they have been reviewed by President Donald Trump’s …

Total Compensation Statements Help Boost Employee Morale

Even if you haven’t upped the salary for your employees recently, chances are you have increased their compensation package. Further, there’s an even greater chance that you didn’t even think to tell your workers, missing a fantastic opportunity to show your workers …

United Airlines: Lawsuit Outlines Strategy for How to Terminate an Employee on FMLA

HR Morning News recently highlighted a lawsuit under which United Airlines was able to fend off claims of interference and retaliation from an employee who was terminated for suspected abuse of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and all because it was …
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