RFRA controversy unites businesses
Businesses and employees both will still have legitimate concerns about religion in the workplace; customers and vendors will still have questions about their rights, and courts will, without a doubt, still be called on to settle disputes around religious freedom.
Steps businesses can take to prevent workplace suicide
Businesses can take a number of steps to reduce the risk of workplace suicide. The organization Workplace Strategies for Mental Health recommends the following:
Manager’s sense of well-being vital to work outcomes
The well-being of a company’s managers may be the single most important factor in achieving the corporate mission.
Best, worst fonts for your résumé
Bloomberg asked three typography wonks which typefaces make a curriculum vitae look classiest, which should never, ever been seen by an employer, and whether emojis are fair game.
5 reasons employees avoid wellness programs
Nearly half of employees don’t go for all the incentives offered by their company wellness program. Here's why.
Focus on work-life balance will drive higher productivity
Employers that want their troops to be both happy and productive should focus on the happy part first, and then wait for the productivity to materialize.
Lawmakers back military retirement reform
At least some of the massive changes proposed in January by a panel reviewing the military retirement system are getting House and Senate panel backing.
GM pays CEO Barra $16.2 million
General Motors Co. paid Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra $16.2 million in mostly stock-based compensation for 2014 as the automaker fell short on some of its board’s performance targets.
Obama takes anti-worker barbs ‘personally’
President Obama and his agenda get called all sorts of names, but an easy way to strike a nerve is to call his policies "anti-worker."
Employers eager to put 2015 grads to work
It appears to be a very good year for those leaving the campus and entering the workforce.