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Forced return-to-office is a touchy topic. Shall we go back to how we used to work or rebuild the work world with employees’ health and wellbeing in mind?
Savvy companies are weighing the benefits of offering paid leave to valued employees against the cost of adding skilled absence managers.
Litigation against employers continues to rise, often with significant financial consequences.
Just because integrated absence management is hard to achieve doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be attempted.
Risk professionals spend too little time considering human capital risks.
Unforeseen liabilities in M&As may cause headaches for buyers.
Wellness programs have a direct economic benefit.
An analysis of EEOC data pinpoints states with risks of employee lawsuits higher than the national average.
Learn more about the silver lining of the emerging talent crisis, and hear from experts on how to align new talent with achieving better results.
Fear of litigation, complex regulations and misperceptions of disability are leading to few disabled workers being employed.
No industry is immune from workplace violence, and the onus is on employers to make work sites as safe as possible.
With the rise of the Internet of Things, wearable tech and “people analytics” could put you out of a job.
New ACA reporting demands and controversies over the minimum wage are adding regulatory risk to the retail industry.
Asking applicants about crime convictions creates employment liability exposure.
An energy company drops the ball by not making the necessary accommodations for an injured employee returning from documented leave.
Defense contract job sites can be managed safely, despite hostile environments.
Twenty five years after the ADA passed, job force participation by disabled workers is less than it was then.
Disciplining workers who come to work stoned is an important safety measure, plain and simple.
The proposed rules will result in more compliance issues and new legal standards for courts to interpret.
With workers at a high rate of danger, health care facilities must train for both communication skills and safety drills.
A proposed rule from the EEOC is intended to help clear up questions surrounding wellness programs and potential conflicts with the ADA.