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Author Archives: James Holahan

HR Connection: Court rules on time spent donning, doffing gear

James Holahan

Paying employees for hours “worked” can be more difficult than it appears at first glance. Over the past half century, courts have confronted difficult issues regarding when the “workday” starts and ends. One common issue is whether employees are “working” ...

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HR Connection: Reasonably accommodating disabilities: What was old is new again

Successful human resource professionals embrace change. They anticipate it, recognize it, react to it, and implement it. They are change agents — tasked with changing performance, correcting behavior, and improving productivity. At times, however, they can be overwhelmed by change ...

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