Overview: The role of the HR professional in the workplace continues to evolve as HR laws evolve and workplace strategies adjust to changing priorities. Workforce planning, ever-changing municipal, state and federal employment laws, talent management, employee development and so much more require the continual development of HR management. Every HR professional, from the generalist to the VP, are constantly challenged to evolve with these changing priorities and evolving laws. Training, networking, and other development opportunities are vital HR management tools in filling the vital role in every workplace.
Trends: Numerous technological solutions continue to emerge and evolve to help HR with their workforce planning, talent management and employment law compliance responsibilities. Staying current with these developments and ensuring they address the needs of the employer require focus and skills that shouldn't be underestimated.
Author: Peggy Carter-Ward, Head of Content
A new Massachusetts leave law requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide as many as 15 days off in a 12-month period for reasons related to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and kidnapping.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Massachusetts employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to employee communications.
As mandated by San Francisco's Office of Labor Standards Enforcement, San Francisco private employers and city contractors must post the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance Notice Poster.
New York has long been among the most active states when it comes to employment law. Jason Habinsky, a member of the labor and employment department at Haynes and Boone, LLP discusses recent changes in the law plus other key challenges affecting New York employers.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Rhode Island employment law requirements HR must follow in respect to employee communications.
In-depth review of the spectrum of New York employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to performance appraisals.
On Thursday, July 24, the Morris County Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (MC SHRM) held its seventh annual Employment Law Symposium, presented in collaboration with Fisher and Phillips, LLP.
The IRS released drafts of the forms employers will use to report annually on the health care coverage they offer to their employees as required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
These FAQs provide answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the Affordable Care Act's annual reporting requirements related to the terms and conditions of health care coverage provided to full-time employees under Internal Revenue Code Section 6056.
Legal and ethical considerations for employers regarding HR management. Support and advice for the HR professional on managing all aspects of the job.