- Pay equity - what does it mean?
We've probably all heard somebody at Purdue say that they don't believe their pay is equitable with somebody else's pay. What does pay equity? mean? This article will provide definitions, background, and a basic framework for thinking about pay equity.
- Lactation legislation for the workplace
Breastfeeding is not only a popular choice by new mothers, but a healthy one as well for their babies. Returning to the workplace after having a baby is already difficult emotionally for the new mother, but another big issue also comes into play - can she continue to successfully breastfeed upon returning to work?
- Employee Relations case study: Handling a social secretary
Jenny has been a secretary in your office for seven years. Over the last year, though, you have noticed that Jenny spends a lot of time taking personal calls on her cell phone, and chatting with clientele and the other secretary about non-work subjects. The other two managers have both complained to you that they think it's beginning to interfere with the productivity of the office.
- Supporting a grieving employee
Grief is a natural and necessary reaction to a significant change or loss. It may follow a crisis or a traumatic life event. Reaction may be immediate or delayed, and take months or years to resolve. Recovery takes more than three working days. Grieving people share the following feelings: shock, denial, anger, guilt, depression, and acceptance.
- Time card tips
Here are a few key points to remember about time cards.
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