The 5 compliance posts that grabbed HR’s attention in 2014

Translation: Three days left in 2014 and Meyer doesn’t have it in him to put together an original post for you.

Fortunately, you guys continue to dig the other bazillion days of original content. As The Employer Handbook approaches its 4th birthday — if you’re thinking of a proper gift, find the one that blogs for me too¬†and I’ll dedicate a week’s worth of posts to you — our 2014 numbers were staggering! The site had almost 150,000 users (up 30% from 2013). Those folks viewed 289,560 pages.

Here were the most clicked posts of 2014:

5. Sixth Circuit redefines the “workplace” when considering attendance as an ADA essential job function
4. Yes, you can fire an employee who discloses a disability at his termination meeting
3. An orgasm on a treadmill explodes an employee’s FMLA claim
2. Wages aren’t confidential, you guys. Your employees can discuss them.
1. Daughter’s Facebook post costs dad $80k employment settlement

Most creative Google search which landed someone on my blog is a tie between “achy breaky pelvis” (1 user), “how to screw your employer” (3 users), www.bigfatass.com (9 users), and “naked twister” (14 users).

At least my readers have their priorities straight.

Because I love you guys, I’ll probably be back tomorrow and Wednesday with new posts.

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