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Web Editor Michael J. O’Brien has been with HRE for more than a decade and holds a degree in economics from Boston College. He can be reached at [email protected]
The Supreme Court rules arbitration agreements and collective-action waivers are enforceable.
There’s a big disconnect between the expectations of workers and the experiences of retirees.
A new survey finds younger employees prefer to work in the office over working from home.
Some companies looking to fill hourly positions are using big bonuses to lure workers to less-crowded markets.
Employers can now seek to resolve potential and actual pay violations of the FLSA.
Starbucks is trying to contain the fallout from a viral incident of discrimination.
Women continue to be paid less than men, but a recent court ruling offers hope to equal-pay proponents.
We need to talk about what’s going wrong with workplace communication.
Only half of CHROs believe that their companies have a “ready-now” successor to replace them.
Banning salary-history questions for job candidates may be easier than employers thought.
A new survey finds workers aren’t satisfied with employers’ diversity and inclusion efforts.
Employers are now “on notice” that Title VII is being interpreted more expansively, legal expert says.
Upskilling employees is a trend that should be embraced by HR leaders, but a survey’s findings conclude otherwise.
How much is a comma worth? In the case of a recently settled overtime-pay lawsuit, the answer is $5 million.
Maine is the first in the nation to protect workers from adverse employment action based on their use of marijuana outside the workplace.
Three major employers just announced they are partnering to create an independent company aimed at reining in healthcare costs for their employees.
Human Resource Executive®, producer of the HR Technology Conference, acquires HRM Asia.
The Trump administration is taking its tough talk on immigration directly to the workplace.
The Trump administration’s immigration reform may soon affect more than just foreign workers.
The beginning of a new year may seem like an odd time to think about employee burnout, but it may be the perfect time to start addressing it.