If I want to terminate an employee, can I give them the option to resign instead so that they have a better employment record?
An employee is out on disability leave. The employee calls to request to come back to work, but only working nights and weekends. Does the employer have to accommodate this request?
Q: Can an employer conduct a background check before extending an offer of employment? A: Federal law does not prohibit employers from conducting background checks before an offer of employment is made. However, state laws may have restrictions such as limiting what type of information may be requested before an offer is made. Examples include … Continued
Which interview question has the potential to be discriminatory under federal law? A. Why did you leave your last job? B. This job requires you to lift 10-pounds. Are you able to lift at least 10-pounds with or without reasonable accommodations? C. Are you a U.S. Citizen? D. Who is the best manager you ever … Continued
If an employee gives a two-week notice of resignation, can an employer choose to terminate them immediately?
Can I pay exempt employees extra without jeopardizing their exempt status?
Must an Employer Grant a Leave of Absence for Deployment? Q: One of my employees is a member of the National Disaster Medical System (NDMS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). She notified me that she has been asked by NDMS to deploy for hurricane victim medical assistance duty. I am short employees and need her to … Continued
As an employer, do you have the right to be notified when an employee is on military leave? By Kristen Kelly, HR Specialist Q: An employee just came back from military leave; however, he did not present orders to the Human Resources Department or his manager. Company policy states that any unpaid leave must first be … Continued