US study finds men fearing contact with women at work

Male managers may be restricting their work with female colleagues, according to US research. The post US study finds men fearing contact with women at work appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »

Delta Airlines under fire over anti-union poster

American airline Delta, which operates 13 daily flights from the UK, has been heavily criticised in the US over posters encouraging workers not to spend money on union membership. The post Delta... Read more »

Be Careful: Gamification at Work Can Go Very Wrong

​Gamification is becoming known as a valuable technique that can change behavior and incentivize higher productivity, but HR managers should know that gamifying the workplace only succeeds when the game is thoughtfully... Read more »

EEOC Wants to Move Most Transactions Online

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) proposed a rule to increase online filings and digital communications between the agency and private-sector parties. The proposed regulatory changes are largely a part of an... Read more »

EEOC: Applicants’ Religious Beliefs Must Be Considered

​A recent settlement agreement between United Parcel Service (UPS) and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) serves as a reminder that accommodating job applicants’ religious beliefs supersedes an organization’s appearance policy... Read more »

Why Is Workplace Theft on the Rise?

​”Corporations don’t have feelings.” “No one got hurt.” “If my company’s going to cut my benefits, it owes me.” Those are among the excuses, workplace experts say, that employees use to justify... Read more »

Employer Did Not Have to Keep Worker on Light Duty Permanently

​A market director of Lowe’s Home Centers LLC did not have an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) claim when he could not find an available position within his restrictions that he could... Read more »

Judge Revives EEO-1 Pay-Data Reporting Requirement

A federal judge has reinstated the revised EEO-1 form’s pay-data reporting provisions, which were suspended in 2017 by President Donald Trump’s administration. The controversial provisions require covered employers to report pay information by... Read more »

Teacher Injured at Retreat Could Not Show Disability Discrimination

​A high school teacher injured at a faculty team-building event could not show that the school board failed to reasonably accommodate her, because she did not prove that she was disabled due... Read more »

Viewpoint: HR as Toxin Handler

This is the first in a three-part series on toxic workplaces and HR’s role in mitigating organizational toxicity. The second article in the series will discuss the dangers associated with the toxin-handling role... Read more »
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