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Brian Phillips

Foreign and US university students -*PLEASE*- DO NOT waste your time asking for my opinions, comments or analysis of your homework questions. Homework questions are not answered and are rejected. I am happy to help answer questions asked by employees and employers regarding United States based state and Federal wage and hour, OT, Fair labor standards, FMLA, COBRA, Recruiting, Interviewing techniques, employee manuals, discipline, terminations/quits, unemployment, HRIS rollout, Employee Leasing or Staffing company cost analysis, day to day scenarios, work situations and more. Essentially a well rounded HR generalist who operates Harvis, Inc., a human resource consulting and service business based in Northeastern Pennsylvania "NEPA".

Pankaj Bhargava

Questions related to choice of career, inter-personal issues at the workplace, performance management issues, structure issues, compensation structuring issues, culture building issues, linking HR with org. strategy

Umesh Chaudhary

I prefer to answer question(s) related to Human Resource processes, career development and counseling.

Mark Eichinger

Any type of question related to domestic and international Human Resources work. My H.R. passions include Compensation design and systems in competitive markets, Health and Safety in Industrial Environments, Performance Management, Talent Management (Hiring, Selection, Employee Development, Compensation, Creating Space, etc.), Communications, Coaching, Counseling, Leadership, and Management. Questions I cannot answer: I am sure there are questions within these categories that I may not be able to answer but my experience below would suggest those would be few.

Jim Dromsky

I can answer questions relating to Management/Executive recruitment, retention and development. How to's relating to Organizational Development, Training, Succession planning, Management assessment and when to go outside instead of promoting from within. Additionally, questions on performance based compensation incentives, employment law, harassment, etc.

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2017-01-12 FMLA:

Andie,    Thank you for the follow up question.  Short answer is wait until you are asked when you can start- don't volunteer it right away since you may not know if you are even being considered for hire

2017-01-12 FMLA:

Andie,    I'll not advise that you should be dishonest... that is up to you.  FMLA is a law that protects covered employers and workers so they can come back to their jobs after they are out for medical

2017-01-09 Employment/Unemployment:

Hello,    The only way to determine if you are eligible for unemployment benefits is to go and file for them.  Laws can differ from state to state.  Possibly your former company would re-hire you.    

2016-12-15 confusion in job:

Hi Ritesh  Glad that you can manage the preparation for the exam in 20 days. You have not responded to my earlier questions on whether you have only sick leave available or are there other leaves available

2016-12-13 confusion in job:

Hi Ritesh  Your predicament is understandable. The concern of not getting a job should you not make it to the new job despite quitting & the challenge of not having time to prepare while at work, can be

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