Is a Credit Score Check During a Background Check Ethical?
While almost every state considers pre-employment credit checks legal, there is some question about the ethics behind them. Find out more here.
Feds Enact Workplace Pregnancy Accommodations, Expand Lactation Requirements
Here’s what employers need to know about how to stay compliant with the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PFWA) and the PUMP Act.
What’s the Difference Between Exempt Vs. Nonexempt Jobs? A Guide
Are you wondering whether or not an employee is eligible for overtime? It’s essential to understand that your employees aren’t exempt or nonexempt. The job they perform is. This article will help you get it right.
Nursing Mothers in New York Get Additional Workplace Protections
Find out what employers in New York must do to stay in compliance with lactation accommodation requirements.
Understanding the Difference Between Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals in the Workplace
Emotional support animals have a limited number of rights compared to their servicing counterparts. Service animals are allowed to be with their patients in any common areas that anyone else can frequent. We detail the differences for you in this article.
What Is the Interactive Process Under the ADA?
Participation in the interactive process is an important element of complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Here are the proper steps for employers to take.
Training Employees to Recognize and Prevent Sexual Harassment
When workers are subjected to sexual harassment, engagement, productivity and morale suffer. It can be a touchy subject, but it's important. Keep reading to learn more about how to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.
Training Employees to Recognize and Prevent Discrimination
Discrimination can occur when an employee is subjected to offensive, intimidating, humiliating, or threatening actions or comments based on their protected class. Is discrimination lurking around your business culture?
Amazon Loses Bid to End Worker Lawsuit Over Work-from-Home Expenses
Some employers are adopting reimbursement policies as a worker benefit. Others must do so because of the laws in their jurisdiction. Do you know where your company fits on the spectrum?
Remote Worker Reimbursement
Several states, the District of Columbia, and the city of Seattle have laws requiring organizations to provide their employees with reimbursement for any “necessary work-related expenses.”