Zeroing In on Zero Tolerance
By Tom Starner
A recent court ruling on Connecticut's medical marijuana law may affect employers around the country, experts say, including those operating in the growing number of states that also provide affirmative employment protections for users.
The ABCs of ETFs
By Carol Patton
While exchange-traded fund assets have been growing in popularity among individual investors, employers have been slow to include them in retirement-plan offerings. Here's what plan fiduciaries need to know before adding them as an option for employees.
Handling PTSD with Care
By Anjali Patel
Recent case decisions show that employers must be prepared to handle a variety of issues related to post-traumatic stress disorder, especially if they want to avoid hefty damages.
Screening's Sorry State
By Andrew R. McIlvaine
New research finds that most HR professionals lack confidence in their organizations' processes for screening entry-level hires.
Interviewing After Hours
By Mark McGraw
One CEO has gained attention for sending text messages to prospective hires at night and on the weekend, in search of employees "who are always thinking" about work. Will we see other companies turning to similar tests to evaluate job candidates? And would that be a good idea?