When They Need to Take FMLA Leave, Who Should Workers Tell?

Employees must notify employers of their need to take time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) when such leave is foreseeable, but who exactly should they...

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Inclusion: Out of the Training Room and into Employees’ Hands

Employees’ daily interactions drive inclusion and belonging, and that means company leaders should move inclusion efforts out of the training room and into workers’ hands. Read Complete Article

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Supervisor’s Remarks Give Life to FMLA Retaliation Claim

A nurse who was fired after patients complained about her behavior during at-home visits may go to trial on her Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) retaliation claim. The...

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Topless Dancers Are Employees, Not Contractors

A $4.5 million verdict for a class of topless dancers who worked for a Philadelphia club was upheld. The district court correctly determined that the dancers were employees under...

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How’s Your Future Skills Economy?

The future skills economy is developing at a rapid pace! Are you prepared? AI, machine learning, robotics are quickly becoming the norm. Here’s how to prepare your workforce. Read...

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8 Predictions for 2020 Workplace Trends

Amava, a platform connecting a new generation of retirees and empty nesters with flexible jobs, volunteer gigs and unique experiences, today announced key predictions for trends in the 2020...

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How to Recession-Proof Your HR Career

Despite a notably low unemployment rate, the U.S.’s long-running economic boom may well be nearing its end, as a chorus of warning bells signals the strong potential for a...

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