The latest move by feds offers employees yet another tool to help them take legal action against their employers.
Every half-decent manager out there knows the importance of taking all harassment complaints seriously. But many forget to take all necessary steps in handling the complaint — and end up paying for it in the long run.
In addition to wreaking havoc on morale and productivity, workplace bullying may even land complacent employers in legal trouble.
Most of it doesn’t take place by the water cooler anymore, but there’s no shortage of workplace gossip out there.
Fact: Benefits are surpassing salaries as the most important perk to employees. But did these companies step out of line to enforce their benefits policies?
According to this former Citigroup employee, when her good looks became too much for her managers to deal with, they simply showed her the door.
If a current proposal from the Department of Labor (DOL) gets passed, it could mean a lot of added work — and headaches — for companies.
What a difference a year makes. In 2009, this company was listed as one of the best places for mothers to work by Working Mother magazine. This year it’s paying out the nose for its treatment of workers who got pregnant.
Don’t look to the Department of Labor (DOL) for help navigating the waters of wage-and-hour compliance any longer.