Labor Law

  • An HR Guide to Unemployment: Learning the Ins and Outs of UI to Protect Your Business

    Depending on the circumstances of termination, some employees are eligible for unemployment insurance. If you’re an employer or HR professional you need to be well versed in all the ins and outs of unemployment insurance including how to fight unemployment...
    By Jean Scheid September 24, 2011 

  • The Nuts and Bolts of Employee Management: A Collection of Tips From Firing to Grooming

    You don’t have to be an expert at creating your own tools to excel in human resources management. In this article you’ll find solid advice and examples as well as links to a dozen free templates you can use for evaluating and managing employee...
    By Linda Richter September 23, 2011 

  • Comprehensive Guide to Employee Benefits and Compensation Plans

    Learn more about how to compensate your employees to increase retention and job satisfaction. Discover how to write superior compensation plans and avoid compliance problems. Take the mystery out of employee benefits and compensation plans with this in...
    By Donna Cosmato September 23, 2011 


  • An Employers Guide to Layoffs and Terminations

    All employers will at one time or another need to either layoff or terminate some employees. If you're lost on how to go through this process with ease, this one-stop guide to both will assist you in decision-making. We invite you to bookmark this...
    By N Nayab September 16, 2011 

  • A Guide to U.S. Employment & Labor Laws

    The United States Labor and Employment laws are complicated and cover several areas, including the Family and Medical Leave Act and whistleblower cases.
    By Cayden Conor September 15, 2011 

  • Collection of Best Practices for Handling Employee Disciplinary Problems

    Attention business owners and HR managers! Never again spend time seeking the right way to discipline employees, because here Bright Hub not only offers a one-stop guide on how to discipline but also provides 100 percent free forms you can download...
    By Jean Scheid September 14, 2011 


  • Workplace Accidents: A Prevention Guide

    No one likes to think about workplace accidents, but they do happen. Making sure that you have a solid plan for both preventing and dealing with potential accidents on the job isn't only smart, but it is both federal and state law. Check out these...
    By Amber Neely September 13, 2011 

  • How to Decide if an Employee is Covered under COBRA

    COBRA allow employees and their dependents covered under the employer's group health plan the option to continue subscribing to the plan for a limited period of time, when they go outside the coverage of such schemes. An employees COBRA eligibility...
    By N Nayab August 31, 2011 

  • Everything the Small Business Owner Needs to Know About COBRA

    COBRA allows employees and their dependents to avail continued coverage of health insurance for a limited period when they become ineligible for such benefits owing to loss of job or some other conditions. COBRA insurance for small business places some...
    By N Nayab August 31, 2011 

  • What Does the Law Say About Mandatory Furloughs?

    In tough economic times employers try to cut wage costs, a significant expense. Some employers looking at alternative to layoffs opt for furloughs, or subjecting employees to temporary leave of absence. The challenge when adopting such measures is remaining...
    By N Nayab August 30, 2011 
showing 11-20 of 103 < Previous   |   page: 1   2   3   4   5  ...   |   Next >