The WorkForce Blog
Read this blog post to learn more about eight of the most common employee scheduling problems and proven solutions designed to make scheduling easy.
The fast growing gig economy prompted the EU to approve legislation to protect contingency workers. Here’s what employers in member states need to know.
On May 1st, 2019, Mexico amended its Federal Labor Law to secure the right of Mexican workers to organize and enter into collective bargaining agreements. Learn more about the new legislation here.
Employee retaliation claims are the most common charge faced by employers. To guard against unfounded retaliation claims, employers should keep these tips in mind.
On May 14th, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) delivered a ruling that could have a significant impact across the EU. Read this blog post to get a sense of what it will mean for employers and employees alike.
When it comes to providing reasonable accommodations under the ADA, leave can be one of the more confusing issues. Here is a list of seven things employers should keep in mind to help simplify the process.
The challenges employers face to properly manage leaves of absence does not end when an employee’s time off request is approved but extends to many other issues. Read this blog to learn more.
Read this blog to learn about key aspects of the U.S. Department of Labor’s proposal to update the standard white collar overtime exemptions and make more than a million American workers eligible for FLSA overtime pay.
Companies looking for a more effective way to track employee time should get to know the benefits and requirements associated with using biometric time clocks. We introduce you to both in this article.
Is your organization required to provide mandatory paid leave to your employees? Check out this list of jurisdictions requiring, or who soon will require, paid family leave for employees.
On November 21, 2018, Ontario passed the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 (“Bill 47”) which repealed or rewrote many of Bill 148’s changes.
FMLA leave is frequently used by parents to bond with a newborn or to care for a child under age 18 , but it can also be used to care for an adult child given the conditions listed in this post are met.