HR Roles

Evil HR Lady

Now (for only the second time in my career) I work for a company that is large enough to actually have an HR department! Could you please give a quick summary of the various HR roles and the differences? Oh the desire for Snark is overwhelming me. HR Business Partner : Works closely with the business leaders to help develop strategy and give general guidance. They take the "business" POV in dealing with a conflict between management and an employee.

Please Don't Tell Anyone Who Told You This But

Evil HR Lady

They even call me 'The Warden'. I am the HR Director and I have 4 Evilettes who handle most of the basic HR functions while I handle more of the big picture and really, really drama filled stuff. Unless I catch the person doing it, it's hard to bring it to their attention without being obvious. I bow in the honor of an HR Lady called "The Warden." One of the two. Try that," cover you for most of the situations that arise.

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Please Don't Tell Anyone Who Told You This But

Evil HR Lady

They even call me 'The Warden'. I am the HR Director and I have 4 Evilettes who handle most of the basic HR functions while I handle more of the big picture and really, really drama filled stuff. Unless I catch the person doing it, it's hard to bring it to their attention without being obvious. I bow in the honor of an HR Lady called "The Warden." One of the two. Try that," cover you for most of the situations that arise.

HR Roles

Evil HR Lady

Now (for only the second time in my career) I work for a company that is large enough to actually have an HR department! Could you please give a quick summary of the various HR roles and the differences? Oh the desire for Snark is overwhelming me. HR Business Partner : Works closely with the business leaders to help develop strategy and give general guidance. They take the "business" POV in dealing with a conflict between management and an employee.

Don’t be a dupe for someone else’s ill will

OmegaHR Solutions

Don’t be the HR cat! I have run across the term “cat’s paw” several times in the past, including just recently. It comes supposedly from an old Aesop’s fable that was adapted by Frenchman Jean de La Fontaine under the title Le Singe et le Chat that appeared in the second collection of his Fables in 1679. It tells the story of a cat that was convinced to pull chestnuts out of a fire by a monkey supposedly to share, however the cat never got its share.

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New Year’s Resolution for 2017: Stay classy at The Employer Handbook

The Employer Handbook

Today, let’s talk about the employee who claimed sexual harassment because her male co-worker constantly stared at her with an erection — which she subsequently photographed and showed to other co-workers, and all of that morphed into a retaliation claim. Ok, let’s talk about the facts in Furcron v. The plaintiff began working for the defendant back in 2008. Ultimately, the plaintiff was fired. Starting tomorrow.

3 Steps to Protect Information While Leveraging Social Media

HR Daily Advisor

The number of companies maintaining a corporate presence on social media rose from 34% in 2008 to 77% in 2013 according to SHRM Survey Findings: Social Networking Website and Recruiting/Selection. According to the survey, social media is primarily used to attract passive job candidates, but, according to Brian R. partner with the law firm of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP., Garrison advises that the guidelines or policies should not just be stuck in the employee handbook.

The Dangers Of Not Doing Background Checks For The Hospitality Industry

Crimcheck | Pre-Employment & Background Check Information

The hospitality industry is renowned for many things. One thing human resource managers should be aware of is the link between the hospitality industry and lawsuits. The threat of litigation has always been extremely high. In 2015, for instance, the hospitality industry was the most sued industry by the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission ( EEOC ). The bulk of those lawsuits were filed against hotels and restaurants.