Groff v. DeJoy has the potential to significantly change the way corporate America deals with religious accommodations for employees.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used by some employers to make hiring decisions. Hear from APU’s Cynthia Gentile about how these tools conflict with employment laws, like the ADA.
Internships can be a good way to improve one’s knowledge and develop a network of contacts. Networking is extremely important in sports.
Our bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in sports management recently received COSMA accreditation, a rare accreditation.
For competency-based pay systems to be practical and effective, they must be carefully designed with detailed prescriptions.
The disadvantages both employers and employees face with the quiet quitting phenomenon that has occurred in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting and operating a business requires many skills, but none more important than accounting. Learn about some of the common mistakes small-business owners make
Flex time and ROWE can be attractive to employees. However, employers need to be aware of the implications to avoid any challenges.