By Julie Cook Ramirez
The National Labor Relations Board chair's dissent on a case centered on employee handbooks portends the board's future direction, legal experts say.
No Hugs Allowed?
By Carol Patton
A recent court ruling could have employers scrambling to address hugging and other physical contact in their employee handbooks, legal experts say.
5 Ways to Address Negative Social Media
By Zoe M. Argento and Kwabena A. Appenteng
An employee has just sent out an inflammatory social-media message, offending business patrons who now demand that you either "take action" or else endure an online shaming. Here are five possible strategies for an HR response.
HR's Immigration Concerns
By Tom Starner
As the Trump administration attempts to fulfill campaign promises on immigration, employment-law experts say employers need to explore other ways to get the talent they need.
Preventing Pregnancy Discrimination
By Mark McGraw
Rooms to Go Furniture was recently ordered to provide relief in a lawsuit that experts say is a case study in how not to handle accommodations for pregnant employees.