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Discrimination against employees on the basis of sexual orientation violates the Civil Rights Act, an appeals court has ruled.
Bart Yancey is leading a major Affordable Care Act compliance support firm through a period of confusion about what will happen to the ACA.
The hope is an employer who implements certain elements of an absence management program will have better outcomes for their business and employee experience if they take long-term time off.
Overtime was one of several issues on which the labor chief criticized Donald Trump, who drew a larger share of the union vote than any Republican since Ronald Reagan.
Human error is the leading cause of cybercrimes. Businesses may be missing out by not training their own employees in cybersecurity.
Over a quarter of those who face workplace discrimination say it happens regularly enough to affect their day-to-day work life.
Think you don't need an HR professional on your team? Think again.
Uber now joins a growing list of Silicon Valley companies that seem unable – or unwilling – to address bad behavior in the workplace.
By following eight best practices, HR leaders can not only better support their employees with caregiving responsibilities, but also make sure they are not discriminating against their employees.
Blockchain technology was developed around the bitcoin, but it's finding use in health care too. Here's how.
Older workers tend to be more unhappy in their jobs than their younger colleagues, according to a survey of more than 2,000 U.K. employees by human resource firm Robert Half U.K.
Most brokers would agree that lawmakers have not done them many favors in 2017. But here are seven reasons why open enrollment actually may go smoother this year.