This week, the HR Daily Advisor discussed political activity in the workplace, incentive pay, and how the 2012 election could influence affirmative action. Here’s the HR Daily Advisor week in review.
What You Can and Can't Do About Workplace Campaigning—Employers can control political activities at work to a large extent, but there is a patchwork quilt of federal and state laws that governs this area.
Can You Ban Campaign Posters and Buttons? —So, can your company ban campaign posters and buttons? Here are a few considerations to consider.
Incentive Pay for Non-Exempts--OK if You Are Careful— Two experts offer guidance to help employers understand how incentives fit into the total rewards picture.
Spot Awards—A Detailed Plan You Can Use—A compensation expert offers an example of a carefully-worked-out spot awards program.
Obama and Romney Agree, Affirmative Action Needs to Change—Here’s the second in our series of “Eye on the Election” posts which are focused on helping employers prepare for post-election changes, no matter who is elected.
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