This week, the HR Daily Advisor discussed political activity, intermittent leave, and a new survey. Here’s the HR Daily Advisor week in review.
Can You Ban Political Discussion? (You Can Try …)—Can employers ban political discussions in the workplace? As a general rule, employers have the right to regulate and control employee work time, and that right extends to controlling political activity that interferes with work performance. However, employers should be careful.
Need a Political Activity Policy? (Here Are Two)—Here are two sample political activity in the workplace policies to help your organization prepare as we get closer to the election.
Intermittent Leave--Handling Nine Tricky Aspects—Intermittent leave can cause major headaches for HR professionals. Unfortunately, every HR department has to cope with its traps and technicalities. Here are a few traps to avoid.
Can You Force Employees on Intermittent Leave to Transfer (Yes, BUT …)— In the case of reduced and intermittent leave, an employer may temporarily move an employee to a different job for the duration of the intermittent or reduced leave; however, there are many issues to consider first.
Best Practices for Leave, Vacation, Sick, and PTO? Let's Find Out—Employee leave—whether it’s vacation, sick time, or PTO—is frustrating enough, without worrying about what your competitors are up to. You need facts about best practices, and our Employee Leave Survey will ferret them out. But only if you help.
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