This week, the Compensation Daily Advisor discussed job descriptions, FLSA audits, and performance evaluations. Here’s the Compensation Daily Advisor week in review.
The Five Grand Myths of Essential Functions— Here are five common myths you hear about essential functions. Are any of these are destroying the usefulness of your job descriptions?
Never Put These in a Job Description—Essential job elements, exposure to physical hazards, pay grade … the list of what should be in a job description is long. But do you know what to keep out of job descriptions?
Want DOL to Do Your FLSA Audit, or Should You Do It?— FLSA lawsuits are on the rise. What can you do to avoid costly legal action? Experts agree that regular wage and hour audits are your best bet for staying out of trouble.
One Time You Never Want to Audit—In this article, HR Daily Advisor discusses the one circumstance in which you should not conduct your own wage and hour audit.
Bell Curve, or Everyone’s Excellent? —Recently, we had an interesting discussion in our weekly executive meeting, says business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald. We were talking about how annual performance evaluations went this year. One colleague suggested that our evaluation system can actually hurt morale.
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