Cutting back on payroll doesn’t have to mean laying off employees — which could end up costing you more in the long run.
Heads up: You may have to adjust your wellness program participation incentives following some new guidance from the feds.
Ethics is an issue that’s handled strictly by the folks in HR, right? Well, that shouldn’t be the case.
While you don’t have to pay employees for the FMLA leave they take, you still have to be aware certain pay-related issues while they’re on leave. And as one company recently found out, not doing so can prove to be very, very costly.
Like a see-saw, as the economy plunges downward, employee fraud skyrockets — especially in small, private firms. The reasons for employee fraud are many and varied, but there are certain safeguards that can help keep your company safe: Double-check finances. Even if you have a trusted bookkeeper, it doesn’t hurt to take another look yourself. […]
Heads up: You’ll probably want to huddle with Payroll and review your pay practices and policies ASAP.
According to this former Citigroup employee, when her good looks became too much for her managers to deal with, they simply showed her the door.
For employers forced to cut staff, a frightening trend is emerging: An alarming number of employees aren’t taking their dismissals lying down.
Granted, all kids do dumb things from time to time, but the majority of these stupid exploits don’t make national news. While this college student’s father was probably furious over his daughter’s social media activity, chances are his former employer was thrilled by it.
It just got a lot more lucrative for employees to speak up about any financial funny business they suspect.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to proceed when you suspect an employee is abusing his or her FMLA leave.
Our readers have spoken! After searching through our top stories we bring you “The Top 10 Finance Stories of 2009”.
When the people speak, we here at CFO Daily News listen. So, with 2010 in just its infancy stage, we’re taking one last look back at 2009. Here are “The Top 10 Finance Stories of 2009.”
Another day, another court battle centered around a non-union employer that allegedly retaliated against employees who successfully launched a union-organizing campaign. Was giving them sub-par raises of $666 an “unmistakable” attempt to brand the organizers the Antichrist or the Devil.
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