Some of the most common reasons employees are fired are for inappropriate comments, lying on time sheets, theft, assault or threats, sleeping on the job or being impaired by drugs or alcohol. Catching an employee in the ... More »

While each workplace may have its own culture and set of rules regarding pranks, there are some pranks, such as cubicle decorating, that are less mean spirited than others. These nicer pranks might not lead to formal dis... More »

There is no set rule or standard across industries for how many warnings a person receives before termination. However, individual employers may have policies such as a "three-strikes rule" that outline a standard number... More »

Top reasons employers terminate employees include inability to perform job duties as assigned, lack of commitment to the job, lack of integrity and violation of company codes of conduct. Other reasons for terminating emp... More » Business & Finance Business Resources HR

Exponent HR offers a self-service payroll tracking and management system that allows employees to submit time sheets for review by managers, who can then approve the sheets so that a payroll coordinator my initiate payme... More » Business & Finance Business Resources HR

According to Your Dictionary, examples of misdemeanors include threats to commit assault, petty theft, indecent exposure, trespassing, possession of marijuana, and minor traffic violations such as reckless driving or spe... More »

FMLA works by allowing eligible employees up to 12 work weeks of unpaid leave for specific reasons relating to medical care. This leave must be within a 12 month period; however, employees may also qualify for intermitte... More » Business & Finance Business Resources HR