There are many employment concerns when it comes to managing workplace romance. This Hot Topic showcases many XpertHR resources that can help an employer monitor and manage workplace romance and minimize the risk of liability.
A handbook statement addressing discrimination on the basis of gender, gender identity and transgender status has been added to the New York employee handbook to help New York City employers comply with the law.
A new Discussion of Wages handbook statement has been added and the Equal Employment Opportunity handbook statement has been updated in the Maryland employee handbook as a result of the expansion of the Equal Pay for Equal Work law, effective October 1, 2016.
Editor's Choice: HR guidance on implementing work rules that effectively address employer objectives and provide employees and supervisors with guidance as to acceptable and unacceptable workplace conduct.
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