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evil hr lady home surprise me similarities between athletes and hr by evil hr lady on march 27, 2017   the similarities between athletes and hr leaders might seem far fetched to some, but whatever their surface differences may be, they are both trying to inspire and achieve greatness. those of us within the hr industry have experienced the thrill of victory after successfully persuading the c-suite to embark on a new initiative, and we’ve also experienced the agony of defeat when an employee we’ve onboarded, trained and invested in, leaves for a competitor. here’s a few more similarities between the athletes and hr. gymnastics can you do back flips and turns on a balance beam? what about the hr manager who has to coach the star salesperson who isn’t very nice to their co-workers? the organization doesn’t want to lose their star performer, but they’re so negative you’re in danger of losing everyone else. so, in comes the hr manager tasked with correcting this behavior without punishing or offending. talk about a tough balance! to keep reading, click here: similarities between athletes and hr { 0 comments } why you should stop harassing cracker barrel about brad’s wife by evil hr lady on march 25, 2017 nanette byrd, better known as brad’s wife, lost her job at cracker barrel. people lose their job every day, but what makes this case special is that this has become internet famous, with a petition (with over 20,0000 signatures) demanding answers as to why nanette byrd lost her job after 11 years. if you’re tempted to post a bad review about cracker barrel, send a nasty email, or just sign the petition, stop and think. is this really how you want things to play out should you ever be so unfortunate as to lose your job? of course, you say! you want answers! let the internet demand answers. well, i’m not so sure that you do want the whole internet to demand answers about why you were terminated. to keep reading, click here: why you should stop harassing cracker barrel about brad’s wife { 11 comments } is hiring students worth the investment? by evil hr lady on march 24, 2017 hiring students to work at your restaurant seems pretty normal. however, employing younger staff members comes with both benefits and drawbacks. is it the right decision for your restaurant? here are a few considerations to keep in mind. think about training time if you hire students to work at your restaurant, it will likely be their first or second job. you will have to train them on every little detail of the job. this will likely include handwashing, food preparation, how to use a cash register, and even how to respond to a cranky customer. because of their lack of experience, you will most likely have to train young employees on how to be polished and professional. however, you also won’t have to train young employees on how to move away from bad habits that were learned at other jobs. in other words, if you hire a hard-working, capable teenager with the right attitude, it can be easier to start from scratch rather than retraining an employee with prior experience. be aware of any restrictions most people who work part-time jobs do so because they have other commitments. however, hiring young, part-time employees can come with some restrictions that you don’t have to worry about with adult employees. for instance, state laws vary but some states have strict rules in regard to the number of hours teenagers can work, how late they can work, and what tasks they can do. make sure you’re following the law before you hire teens. to keep reading, click here: is hiring students worth the investment? { 6 comments } i quit my job: can i get unemployment? by evil hr lady on march 22, 2017 unemployment insurance is designed to provide you money between jobs when you lose your job through no fault of your own, but is there ever a case where you can receive unemployment payments even when you resigned? yes there are. there are not very many (and they vary by state–remember unemployment is a state decision, not a federal one), but they do exist. if you’re contemplating quitting your job, and wonder if you could possibly get unemployment payments, here are four times when it’s possible. valid personal reason if your wife is in the military and is transferred from florida to idaho, and you quit your job to follow her, you’ll be eligible for unemployment payments from florida. (you always get the payment from the state you worked in.) if you live in california and quit your job to follow your spouse for any job, you can be eligible there–but in florida, it has to be a military job that triggered the relocation. each state has their own rules, but here is a list of which states offer unemployment for trailing spouses. to read the other three reasons, click here: i quit my job: can i get unemployment? { 2 comments } ways to get a better office environment for women and men by evil hr lady on march 22, 2017 we talk a lot about  making the workplace better for women, but the reality is, we should make the workplace better for everyone. women and men do (generally) have different needs and wants in the workplace, but what benefits one group can benefit others. over at the balance, i identify 5 different things businesses can do to make an office environment: increase flexibility create set schedules for retail/shift work salary openness provide management training make things equal but not the same. to learn details on how these things help your workplace achieve gender equality, hop on over to the balance: 5 ways to ensure gender equality in your workplace. { 2 comments } the oxford comma case proves we need new employment laws, not better grammar by evil hr lady on march 21, 2017 you’ve probably heard about the company in maine that will end up shelling out around $10 million due to the lack of an oxford comma. the new york times explains it as follows: a class-action lawsuit about overtime pay for truck drivers hinged entirely on a debate that has bitterly divided friends, families and foes: the dreaded — or totally necessary — oxford comma, perhaps the most polarizing of punctuation marks. what ensued in the united states court of appeals for the first circuit, and in a 29-page court decision handed down on monday, was an exercise in high-stakes grammar pedantry that could cost a dairy company in portland, me., an estimated $10 million. everyone is focusing on the oxford comma part of this case, but i’d like to focus on the ridiculousness of an employment law that could result in this confusion and hinge on a grammar question. my first question on this was how on earth do truck drivers qualify for being exempt on a federal law level? the fair labor standards act has strict rules for who can and who cannot be salaried exempt (that is, not eligible for overtime), and at first glance truck drivers don’t seem to meet those criteria, but it turns out that labor law exempts employees who fall under the jurisdiction of the secretary of transportation through the motor carrier act of 1935. that’s why maine could make their own rules.7 to keep reading, click here: the oxford comma case proves we need new employment laws, not better grammar { 10 comments } this kickstarter solves the boring meeting fidgeting problem by evil hr lady on march 20, 2017 meetings are a fact of business life. sure, a lot of things can be accomplished via email, im or slack, but sometimes you have to meet face to face or over video conference. these are good things–face to face can bring a lot of advantages and convey information more clearly than via text message. (after all, you can hear tone of voice and see facial expressions when you can actually see each other.) but, what if you’re a person who is prone to fidgeting? if you’re that person you’ve been known to tap your pen, doodle on your paper, or bounce your foot up and down, which can sometimes result in accidentally kicking a co-worker. you can buy one of the many fidget toys on the market, but that is obvious and can project an image of unprofessionalism (even though fidgeting can help us remember things we hear. or, you can get one of these fidgipens. to keep reading, click here: this kickstarter solves the boring meeting fidgeting problem { 2 comments } trump wants to create 5 million apprenticeships in 5 years (because marc benioff told him to do it) by evil hr lady on march 18, 2017 president trump met this week with german chancellor angela merkel. one of the things president trump talked about was germany’s successful apprenticeship program. we often think about apprenticeship programs as being something you do for a blue collar job, which is true but germany’s apprenticeship (and the apprenticeship programs of other european countries) aren’t focused exclusively on blue collar work. teenagers often do a combined academic and practical program, where they may attend school part time and work part time. this comes after salesforce’s marc benikoff challenged president trump to create 5 million apprenticeships within the next five years, and trump replied, “let’s go for that 5 million.” to keep reading, click here: trump wants to create 5 million apprenticeships in 5 years (because marc benioff told him to do it) { 7 comments } marissa mayer’s replacement, thomas mcinerney, will earn twice her salary. good for mcinerney. by evil hr lady on march 16, 2017 altaba, what will be left of yahoo, filed documents with the sec regarding marissa mayer’s replacement, thomas mcinerney. mcinerney’s salary is $2,000,000 a year, which is twice what mayer’s current salary is. same job, double the salary, fair? unfair? newsweek’s headline: gender pay gap, marissa mayer’s yahoo replacement to make double her salary fortune’s headline: yahoo’s new male ceo will make double marissa mayer’s salary perez hilton’s headline: gross! the man replacing marissa mayer as yahoo ceo is getting paid twice as much! while i don’t put perez hilton in the same category as newsweek or fortune, the sentiment is running all over the internet. but different salaries don’t mean illegal discrimination. they mean different people. replacing one ceo with another isn’t like replacing one cashier with another. they are substantially different people with substantially different backgrounds and taking on substantially different jobs. which means the salaries shouldn’t be the same. to keep reading, click here: marissa mayer’s replacement, thomas mcinerney, will earn twice her salary. good for mcinerney. { 2 comments } when your “day without women” press release announces you are violating federal law by evil hr lady on march 15, 2017 my friend and fellow writer, amy alkon (author of good manners for nice people who sometimes say f*ck) received a press release announcing a certain company’s celebration of international women’s day. the press release stated: [company] ceo, [man], is joining the nation in solidarity of women’s rights and values by giving his female employees paid time off march 8th. with nearly 35 percent of his company’s positions held by women – including a majority of the executive seats and almost the entire pr department – much of the site’s operations will shut down for the day. does anyone see a problem with that? alkon did, and she emailed back to ask for clarification: alkon: so, men have to work and only women get the day off? pr person: yes. women across the country are participating in a national day of strike (called “a day without women”) on international women’s day as a way of showing how important women are in the workplace. [company] ceo supports this movement and has encouraged any women in the office who wish to participate to do so. alkon: “yes” meaning that men have to work while women get the day off? pr person: correct. ​ to read more, click here: when your “day without women” press release announces you are violating federal law { 9 comments } ← previous entries advertisements ​ archives archives select month march 2017 (28) february 2017 (23) january 2017 (23) december 2016 (20) november 2016 (29) october 2016 (23) september 2016 (21) august 2016 (23) july 2016 (19) june 2016 (22) may 2016 (23) april 2016 (26) march 2016 (17) february 2016 (28) january 2016 (20) december 2015 (11) november 2015 (14) october 2015 (19) september 2015 (19) august 2015 (18) july 2015 (16) june 2015 (16) may 2015 (17) april 2015 (15) march 2015 (20) february 2015 (22) january 2015 (23) december 2014 (27) november 2014 (29) october 2014 (25) september 2014 (22) august 2014 (24) july 2014 (14) june 2014 (17) may 2014 (22) april 2014 (19) march 2014 (25) february 2014 (29) january 2014 (29) december 2013 (22) november 2013 (15) october 2013 (22) september 2013 (27) august 2013 (18) july 2013 (7) june 2013 (15) may 2013 (27) april 2013 (19) march 2013 (24) february 2013 (28) january 2013 (20) december 2012 (15) november 2012 (13) october 2012 (15) september 2012 (12) august 2012 (21) july 2012 (12) june 2012 (13) may 2012 (13) april 2012 (15) march 2012 (2) february 2012 (14) january 2012 (18) december 2011 (15) november 2011 (15) october 2011 (15) september 2011 (15) august 2011 (11) july 2011 (16) june 2011 (14) may 2011 (16) april 2011 (15) march 2011 (17) february 2011 (17) january 2011 (16) december 2010 (15) november 2010 (18) october 2010 (14) september 2010 (15) august 2010 (22) july 2010 (10) june 2010 (16) may 2010 (18) april 2010 (12) march 2010 (16) february 2010 (12) january 2010 (9) december 2009 (7) november 2009 (6) october 2009 (10) september 2009 (12) august 2009 (15) july 2009 (9) june 2009 (6) may 2009 (7) april 2009 (12) march 2009 (4) february 2009 (7) january 2009 (10) december 2008 (9) november 2008 (4) october 2008 (9) september 2008 (11) august 2008 (12) july 2008 (15) june 2008 (17) may 2008 (15) april 2008 (16) march 2008 (15) february 2008 (24) january 2008 (29) december 2007 (28) november 2007 (28) october 2007 (27) september 2007 (24) august 2007 (35) july 2007 (29) june 2007 (33) may 2007 (29) april 2007 (28) march 2007 (28) february 2007 (26) january 2007 (25) december 2006 (18) november 2006 (11) october 2006 (23) september 2006 (23) august 2006 (15) follow me on twittermy tweets subscribe to posts subscribe to blog by email enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. email address popular posts why you should stop harassing cracker barrel about brad's wife how to get your boss fired similarities between athletes and hr quitting without giving notice is hiring students worth the investment? show me a random post why evil hr lady all hr people are evil, it's in our job description. or at least, that seems to be the prevailing theory. in reality, there's just more going on behind the scenes than most people know. i'm here to demystify your human resources department and tell you just why you worked your tail end off all year and still got a 1.7 percent bonus. ask evil hr lady a question e-mail me!. unfortunately, i can't answer every question, but i do try to do as many as i can. to increase your chances of getting your question answered, please limit yourself to two-three reasonably sized paragraphs and try to figure out what your real problem is. punctuation and capitalization are pluses. hr links about human resources ask a manager ask the headhunter business.com blog compensation force effortless hr emergenetics employment background screening execupundit gautam ghosh great leadership by dan hire safe hr capitalist hr minion hr news daily hr people hr thoughts hr.com hris software blog human capitalist human resources education i/o at work john ingham's stategic hcm life at work management issues marcum smith mit sloan executive education innovation@work national association of manufacturers online human resources pa employment law blog relocation next practices resource economics select perspectives shared hr smart screen tech blog strategic hr lawyer supervisor blog talent tornado texas employment law blog the benefits guy the day shift the engaging brand the hr blog the industry radar the work clinic the workforce blog three star leadership tlnt vendorprisey workforce online workplace horizons workplace prof blog copyright © 2006 - 2017 evil hr lady. all rights reserved. logo designed by charlie lythgoe at c5 designs get smart with the thesis wordpress theme from diythemes.


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