HR manager can be held personally responsible for FMLA interference

Dragging your feet in responses to employees can land you in significant “hot water”. A New York federal court found an HR manager personally responsible for how an employee was dealt with in an FMLA case. Lack of response Initially in this case the HR manager did provide the employee with FMLA instructions for dealing …

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Do busy days make for bad ethics?

In HR we deal with the fallout from rules being broken, procedures not being followed, and decisions being made that don’t meet the ethics of the organization. If you have ever wondered why people do those things the answer may be in their work schedule, so says a new study. Busy people A study published …

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