Biometrics in the Workplace
By C.R. Wright
While the use of biometrics continues to emerge in the workplace, at least one group is pushing back against its use: employees.
Time to Stand Up to Workplace Bullies
By Kevin O'Neill and Marissa Dragoo
Legal experts say California's new anti-bullying legislation may set a new national standard for employment-law compliance.
EEOC Throws a Wellness Curve
By Tom Starner
With its third lawsuit in 2014, the EEOC has given employers pause when it comes to wellness initiatives and conflicting laws.
By Dave Kittross
After the recent midterm elections, experts say the GOP's control of Senate will make piecemeal civil-service reform more likely.
A Case of Anger, Disability and a Dog
By Kristen B. Frasch
Hawaiian case involving a Hertz supervisor with angry outbursts that he blames on other underlying medical conditions raises a few new questions about reasonable accommodations and the ADA.
Screens Under Scrutiny
By Kecia Bal
Many companies employ online personality tests as a way to determine if candidates possess certain job-specific traits. But do some of them violate the ADA and discriminate against those with disabilities?
Noncompete Clause Headaches
By Wiliam Atkinson
A recent court case in Missouri regarding noncompete clauses demonstrates that, while such documents may indeed protect an organization's best interests, they can also cause plenty of legal and HR issues as well.