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1. User Agreement
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2. Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors
(Compensation and Benefits )
... control over how they provide the good or service.[2] The independent contractor is not subject to the employer’s control or guidance except as designated in a mutually binding agreement. The contract ...
Created on 11 October 2016
3. Auditing the use of recruiting firms
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... to contact and the type of agreement most appropriate for each firm. Most recruiting companies, particularly those recruiting at lower levels, are paid only if they place a candidate. It is common ...
Created on 16 June 2016
4. How Legal Hazards Occur in the Recruiting and staffing Placement Process
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... for predatory recruiting practices) exempt versus non exempt -- can cause issues of misclassification -- B –    CONTRACTS - Legal issues can also occur with Contracts and terms of agreements. ...
Created on 08 June 2016
5. The Elusive Passive Candidate.. they do exist
(Sourcing and Research)
... was on one of those recruiting networks, and my friend thought that I would be interested in it, or maybe she just likes to see me become agitated.. hmm.. Anyways, the disagreement that has been recently ...
Created on 08 June 2016
6. I Love You HR! Said No Recruiter Ever.
(General HR)
... alumni networks effectively use social media to engage with both candidates and employees understand why HR policies, procedures and roadblocks exist and agree to adjust or eliminate them ...
Created on 08 June 2016
7. School-Facilitated Internships: No Worries, Right?
(Compensation and Benefits )
... not be surprised to find that its administration will require that they confirm or even affirmatively agree to comply with various "guidelines" and specific commitments. Depending upon the details, it ...
Created on 08 June 2016
8. Brains, Brawn and Bravado; Incentives to Hire the “Experienced”
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... value. Despite the lack of action by the nation’s lawmakers, there seems to be agreement on the value of older workers. I surveyed some 40 articles on reasons to hire people who have been around the ...
Created on 08 June 2016
9. Making bereavement leave human
(General HR)
... who doesn't have enough paid time off to use as a supplement to the time allowed? I recognize the need for guidelines for paid time off but this is an issue of being human. I don’t agree with companies ...
Created on 08 June 2016
10. Surprise! You Shouldn’t Answer the Phone When Recruiters Call
... time to chat “as you are expecting an important call” and ask that you call them back at an agreed time Take their name, company, phone number Revert back to the above tips Ring ring – what are ...
Created on 08 June 2016
11. Study proves that Facebook is not reliable as a hiring tool
(News Articles)
... in the Journal of Management — involved the recruitment of 416 college students from a southeastern state school who were applying for full-time jobs and agreed to let the researchers capture screenshots ...
Created on 26 May 2016
12. Apple Orchard Method of Candidate Development - the advantage of networking
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... with less calls, better targeted calls, which will give us more focus, more time to spend being able to close.. Some of the more successful recruiters agree: you don’t have to lie and cheat ...
Created on 07 April 2016
13. American Fool, Why The Arrogance-Get Your Facts Straight?
... distinction?  A number of things were cited and in the end it was agreed America had more weapons of mass destruction than any country on the planet.  In the end the Arrogant Fool could point ...
Created on 19 February 2016
14. An Employers Guide to Reducing Costs in the Health Care System: Learning From What Has Been
... pay for out-of-pocket health care expenses with pre-tax dollars. In a health care FSA, employees agree to payroll deductions to put pre-tax dollars into an account and then use the funds during the year ...
Created on 06 October 2013
15. Liabilities Lurking -- The Interplay of FMLA and ADA
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... status as an “accommodation” under the ADA.  Searsultimately agreed to pay $6.2 million to resolve the Charge.  The EEOC similarly later sought action against UPS because its leave ...
Created on 01 October 2013
16. It’s the final countdown: How the government shutdown affects labor and employment law
(General HR)
... his practice in the representation of companies in employment disputes, including litigation with terminated employees and disputes over trade secrets and non-competition agreements. He supplements his ...
Created on 01 October 2013
17. Immigration Reform Bill Would Make It Easier to Recruit International Physicians
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... conditional upon the physician agreeing to practice for three years or more in a medically underserved area. Prior to 1994, only Federal agencies could sponsor internationally-born physicians for J waivers. ...
Created on 30 September 2013
18. EEOC Holds Both Staffing Firms and Staffing Clients Responsible Under EEO Laws
(Compliance and Legal)
... on a wide range of employment-related issues, including employee relations and policy matters, violations of noncompetition, nonsolicitation and nondisclosure agreements, employee training, employment ...
Created on 23 September 2013
19. NY Cracking down on Fake Online Reviews With 19 Companies To Pay More Than $350,000 In Fines each
(News Articles)
... General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced that 19 companies had agreed to cease their practice of writing fake online reviews for businesses and to pay more than $350,000 in penalties. "Operation ...
Created on 23 September 2013
20. How volunteering equals work experience on your resume.
(Career / Personal Development)
... volunteering, but only 45% include volunteer experience on their resume, and “20% of the hiring managers surveyed agree they have made a hiring decision based on a candidate’s volunteer work ...
Created on 22 September 2013
21. EEOC wins LandMark Transgender Case
(News Articles)
... -- In a conciliation agreement with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), a Rapid City, S.D., supermarket owner has agreed to pay $50,000 to a former employee who was fired for being ...
Created on 17 September 2013
22. You got the job!
(Career / Personal Development)
... reasonable questions that you should be prepared to ask prior to agreeing to an offer. Other compensation items can be car allowances, commission plans and stock options or other equity plans just ...
Created on 04 September 2013
23. In the U.S., 21st Century Skills Linked to Work Success
(News Articles)
... of their workplace. Gallup categorized respondents who agreed that they were more successful relative to most people in America who are about their same age and strongly agreed with the remaining questions ...
Created on 03 September 2013
24. Sourcers be aware: Court Rules Accessing a Public Website Isn't A Crime, But Hiding Your IP Address Could Be
(Social Media)
... the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision in United States v. Nosal, 3taps could not be liable under the CFAA for violating craigslist's terms of service. While the court agreed with 3taps ...
Created on 27 August 2013
25. Firing At-Will Employees: Legal Limitations
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... that you will be absent, you may not be fired because you agree to serve as a precinct official, appointed by the county board of elections, on election day. Whistleblowing.  The North Carolina ...
Created on 26 August 2013
26. You Reap What You Sow
(Org Development)
... this means having buy-sell provisions in an LLC operating agreement, shareholder agreement, or otherwise that formalize your expectations and understanding regarding transfer of shares around the three ...
Created on 15 July 2013
27. Leaders, Time to Get Your Shift Together
... up as a strength in the workplace. This shift is a trust-building exercise. 3. Performance → Play Employees are hired to perform on time and on budget in agreement with the essential job ...
Created on 14 July 2013
28. If SEO is Dead, Long Live Search Engine De-Optimization
(Social Media)
... create unique and original content. There is general agreement that the best content ought to appear first, rather than thin content, artificially promoted by an SEO’s smoke and mirrors. I’m ...
Created on 04 July 2013
29. Hot for teacher (accountability)
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... know what? Mediocre is not good enough,” Spiegel said. “We have to have high performing teachers in every classroom.” Cummings agrees. Rather than fighting the school district ...
Created on 02 July 2013
30. SCOTUS Defines "Supervisor" For Title VII Cases as One Who Can Take Tangible Employment Actions
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... conflict, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal in Vance v. Ball State, which arose out of the Seventh Circuit. In Vance, an African-American employee, who worked in BSU's dining service ...
Created on 30 June 2013
31. Facebook posts as evidence of retaliation
(Social Media)
... concentrates his practice in the representation of companies in employment disputes, including litigation with terminated employees and disputes over trade secrets and non-competition agreements. He supplements ...
Created on 11 June 2013
32. Be Careful Who You Sue - You May Face an NLRA Claim That Your Employment Agreement's Confidentiality, Non-Disclosure, and Non-Disparagement Provisions Violate the NLRA
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... little surprise that the NLRB will examine similar provisions to the extent that they are contained in private employment agreements. Most recently, in a NLRB administrative law judge’s decision, ...
Created on 04 June 2013
33. The Candidate Pool is Larger than You Think
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... it can be done from anywhere, anytime.  Globalization. From trade agreements such as NAFTA to the formation of the European Union (and specifically its internal market concept), to the growth ...
Created on 28 May 2013
34. Filing a Lawsuit Against an Employment Agency
(Compliance and Legal)
... doesn’t find a job, or if they are fired due to their own misconduct.  On the other hand, employment agencies would be bound to whatever terms may be agreed upon in a contract. Also, the ...
Created on 20 May 2013
35. An Economically Rational Approach to Resolving Wage and Hour Claims In California
(Compensation and Benefits )
... claims are those claims made by an employee directly to the employer, claims asserted through any process established by contract or by a collective bargaining agreement, claims asserted through a governmental ...
Created on 16 May 2013
36. Stories of a Mexican recruiter negotiating with Japanese professionals & executives.
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... tangents and come to an agreement outside of the negotiations that will conserve harmony and attend interests in the long run. Most Japanese, from an early age, learn than resistance and silence are virtues ...
Created on 02 May 2013
37. Can Recruiters Be Liable for Employment Discrimination?
(Compliance and Legal)
... employment law, including preventive law as well as litigation. His special interests include employment discrimination, sexual harassment, and noncompetition agreements. He is currently a managing partner ...
Created on 15 April 2013
38. How to Run an Efficient Sourcing Desk
(Sourcing and Research)
... that helped me to protect my sanity and maintain a solid client relationship. What’s that? Simple. I added a Sourcing Service Level Agreement to my work process. Let me get a little deeper ...
Created on 13 March 2013
39. How the IRS determines an Independent Contractor (Self-Employed) from an Employee
(Compensation and Benefits )
... for eligible taxpayers that agree to prospectively treat their workers (or a class or group of workers) as employees. To participate in this new voluntary program, the taxpayer must meet certain eligibility ...
Created on 24 February 2013
40. Do You really have to pay your Interns?
(General HR)
... individuals may -- without any expressed or implied compensation agreement – work for their own advantage on the premises of another and are not necessarily employees. Whether trainees are employees ...
Created on 07 February 2013
41. A Fresh Perspective On Fees”
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... percentage may be) at the agreed upon mid-point of the compensation range. Example:        Compensation Range - $80,000 to $90,000                      ...
Created on 17 January 2013
42. It's Hard to Write a Good Employee Performance Evaluation. Get Over It.
(Org Development)
... He was always late.  He didn't get along with any of his co-workers and was always causing disagreements in the office.  He was disrespectful and insubordinate, making inappropriate comments ...
Created on 14 January 2013
(Surveys & White Papers)
... settlements by the agency in FY 2012.24 The EEOC's mediation program resolved 76 percent of the 11,380 charges that individuals and employers agreed to mediate in FY 2012.25 Most parties who participate ...
Created on 26 December 2012
44. 'Tis the Season for Holiday Workplace Issues. Day 4 - Holiday Pay and How Not to Get Scrooged by the FLSA
(Compensation and Benefits )
... your Blue laws.) This type of pay, if provided, is typically considered a fringe benefit and is a matter of agreement between an employer and an employee (or the employee's union representative). ...
Created on 16 December 2012
45. Tis the Season for Holiday Workplace Issues. Day 1 - Avoiding Holiday Party Liability When the Office Santa Tries to Teach His Employees a Few "Reindeer Games"
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... payroll deductions and others; severance agreements; releases; among others. Sara has worked for companies of all sizes, from start-ups to the Fortune 100, in many different industries, including ...
Created on 10 December 2012
46. Christmas, Holidays?? Bah, who needs them? Ban 'em all
... opportunity to have one, because we don’t agree with it. Anyways, why can’t we just live and LET LIVE!! If we could all just get along… ah.. well its CHRISTmas, so I guess I am ...
Created on 02 December 2012
47. Truth in Endorsement and Advertising Disclosure : FTC's Revised Rules
... Putting disclosures in obscure places – for example, buried on an ABOUT US or GENERAL INFO page, behind a poorly labeled hyperlink or in a terms of service agreement – isn’t good enough. ...
Created on 01 December 2012
48. Artificially Lowering Payroll to Avoid Premium Fails
(Compensation and Benefits )
... workers’ compensation premium purposes and the Commissioner’s Decision is not preempted by federal law. The Court of Appeal agreed with the Commissioner that the employer must provide ...
Created on 20 November 2012
49. Headhunters: A Crash Course
(Career / Personal Development)
... candidates required to meet the agreed upon contractual obligation. In many circumstance, the fee will be paid to the search consultant even if no candidate is hired. The specific arrangements of retained ...
Created on 11 November 2012
50. Beware of Red Flags from an Interviewer
(Career / Personal Development)
... attention to the input you get from all participants. If there are glaring contradictions, it could be a sign of communication breakdowns, disagreements or even all out wars. It would be a good idea to ...
Created on 07 November 2012
51. Exempt or Nonexempt -THAT is the question!
(Compensation and Benefits )
...  “They’ve been with the company a long time” “The employee signed an agreement waiving their right to receive overtime” “Why, is this a problem?”   ~~ Ahhhhhh, yea it’s a problem! Contrary ...
Created on 05 November 2012
52. Employee Handbook :Sample Policies
(General HR)
... to view them. All employees are asked to sign an agreement at the beginning of employment that grants [Organization Name] the patent rights to any inventions created or associated with our organization ...
Created on 31 October 2012
53. The Employer Bill of Rights
(Org Development)
... litigation with terminated employees and disputes over trade secrets and non-competition agreements. He supplements his employment practice with complex commercial matters, such as fiduciary and shareholder ...
Created on 25 October 2012
54. Employee Handbooks – You Can Be Your Own Worst Enemy
(General HR)
... senior management in navigating complex employment issues.  She has experience negotiating employment contracts, noncompetition and nondisclosure agreements, preparing employment handbooks and HR ...
Created on 04 September 2012
55. Why Employees Resist Change
(Org Development)
... for not giving the change a chance. These employees may acknowledge that a problem exists and agree that a change might improve it. However, they worry that the proposed change might actually make things ...
Created on 31 August 2012
56. Please put the Human back in H.R
...  Yes our time is valuable, but so is their time as well.. Aw shucks, I ramble – but something is wrong here, really wrong here. Many may not agree with me, and many will criticize me for my thoughts.. ...
Created on 05 July 2012
57. HR Directors Thrown Under the Bus by yet another Federal Appeals Court
(General HR)
... Almost Gets it Right Let me start by saying that I like Circuit Judge Lohier’s concurring opinion.  I think it is far more instructive than the majority opinion.  However, I disagree with his ...
Created on 24 May 2012
58. A Supervisor's Guide to Social Media, Part One
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... activity." Purely personal gripes are not protected by the NLRA. However, if a coworker or two respond to the post in agreement, it has become "concerted activity." Suffice it to say, this is one of the ...
Created on 10 May 2012
59. When Talking About Unions You Cannot Avoid Talking About Politics
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... 16-20, 2012. The Board agreed with the administrative law judge’s finding that an employee’s phone calls to third parties constituted protected, concerted activity. The ...
Created on 03 May 2012
60. Relationship Help: Do You Have a Crazy-Making Partner or Co-Worker?
(Career / Personal Development)
... over here and be doing them for you.”  Does that sound at all familiar? Has someone ever asked you what they could do for you, agree to do it,  and then start complaining about doing ...
Created on 17 April 2012
61. Will EEOC Target Employer use of Credit Reports for Screening Applicants?
(Compliance and Legal)
... and policy matters, violations of noncompetition, nonsolicitation and nondisclosure agreements, employee training, employment and separation agreements, affirmative action, mergers and acquisitions, and ...
Created on 11 April 2012
62. Six Reasons Why Employers Should Use Recruiters
... start as agreed upon has more than wasted everyone’s time. They have placed the hiring manager in a tumultuous position because in many instances, they must begin the process all over again. Without ...
Created on 09 April 2012
63. Emerging Trends YOU Need to Know NOW in the Recruiting Industry-- Trends with Clients
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... fee agreements you are being asked to sign it is imperative that you develop a VERY STRONG value proposition as to why it is the client's best interest to remove it.  I recently had a client recruiting ...
Created on 16 March 2012
64. Micro Units: Recent NLRB Opinions Prove They Aren’t Just for Health Care Anymore.
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... majority support. Employers, in turn, are more likely to face a workforce comprised of multiple bargaining units (with multiple collective bargaining agreements) and will also be presented with a greater ...
Created on 27 February 2012
65. Equality Undercover - An inside view of Chicago's covert struggle to root out job discrimination.
(Surveys & White Papers)
... Discrimination is illegal, and testing is necessary to supplement individual efforts to eradicate it.” In July 2000, the 7th Circuit unanimously agreed, ruling that employment testers serve ...
Created on 31 January 2012
66. Good Cop – Bad Cop Method of Fee Collecting
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... No. 2375 which sent via priority mail on January 3rd. As per our recruiting agreement a copy which is attached [we attached a pdf that has key sentences highlighted in yellow just as you see here] payment ...
Created on 26 January 2012
(Consulting and Outsourcing)
... desire, even lower, then using a mediator is a brilliant move—especially if you care about the relationship. You will be safe. Your views will be heard. The issue will be discussed. And, an agreement ...
Created on 12 January 2012
68. Why Unions Are Bad For Companies, Employees and Customers
... most disagreeable is this following statement on individualism. It is why I have never belonged to a union, it goes against how I was raised. “Final union contracts typically give workers group ...
Created on 09 January 2012
69. Are Workplace Ethics Personal? Which Came first – Ethics or the Law?
... of continuous historical disagreement, even wars. There is nothing wrong with having strong personal and professional moral convictions about right and wrong, but unfortunately, some people are "moral ...
Created on 02 January 2012
70. Ending Social Media Marketing Confusion
(Social Media)
... could solicit others who do to write about their experiences. Maybe you could provide a discount on future trips for those who agree to post about their experiences in your blog. The whole blog could be ...
Created on 27 December 2011
71. The Story of One Person’s Struggle with Mental Illness in the Work Place
... my second major "crash and burn," as I call the incidents, my ecclesiastical supervisor and therapist agreed I can no longer serve as a parish pastor. One might make the point (and believe ...
Created on 26 December 2011
72. Can An Employer Wrongfully “Hire” Someone? Case Highlights Potential Pitfalls of the Hiring Process
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... to Entering Employment.” Vaidyanathan’s case went to trial and the jury agreed with him, to the tune of $1.9 million. The Minnesota statute prohibits businesses from knowingly inducing ...
Created on 22 December 2011
73. Maintaining A Violence-Free Workplace Handbook- U.S Dept. of Health and Human Services
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... to agency management. Data on workplace violence is sketchy but all the experts agree the number of incidents is vast and the cost of violence to organizations is staggering. ØThe ...
Created on 14 December 2011
74. Ann E. Employee v. You: Personal Liability and the HR Professional
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... attorneys are asking the court to dismiss the Benefits Coordinator from the case and remove any personal liability from her but the court has yet to agree to such dismissal without the benefit of more ...
Created on 11 December 2011
75. Lie about your age...Steal a trade secret..It's all criminal.
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... to her employer's interests. This would convert an ordinary violation of the duty of loyalty or of a confidentiality agreement into a federal offense." While the courts continue to differ ...
Created on 05 December 2011
76. Dispelling the Myth About Resumes: It's Not Just to Get Your Foot in the Door
(Career / Personal Development)
... my inbox. It started with "The purpose of a resume is to land an interview. Nothing more, nothing less." I couldn't disagree more. Resumes serve a greater purpose than "getting your foot in the door." ...
Created on 16 November 2011
77. Developing Relationships with Your Most Placeable Candidates
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... so, with that thought in mind, I encourage you to call one to two of your MPC's every day with the goal of launching and building ab on-going relationship with them. If you agree, the purpose of your ...
Created on 09 November 2011
78. Know Your Truth
(Career / Personal Development)
... dreams, and preferences, but so does everyone else. You shouldn't disrespect people who disagree with you; they have the privilege of being themselves just as you do. Conversely, don't agree with ...
Created on 25 October 2011
79. Rrevisiting Contingency Contract Hypocrisy – Part 2
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... word meant something, and a recruiting firm’s agreeing to work under “contingency” did not necessarily translate to the client company going out the next day and signing on two more competing ...
Created on 18 October 2011
80. Flu Season: An Outbreak of Issues for Employers.
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... (i.e. company policy). Be prepared, however, for mistakes, judgment errors and employee complaints. Additionally, for employees who agree, employers might consider having them sign a consent and waiver ...
Created on 14 October 2011
81. But what if she had worn a mini-skirt with her hijab?
(General HR)
... Section 1981, Whistleblower Act and Chapter 451 workers compensation retaliation, as well as employment agreements, contracts, stock option plans, noncompete, nonsolicitation, nondisclosure and severance ...
Created on 06 October 2011
82. Employee Retention & Attrition in Mergers/Acquisitions: Minimizing Risks of Employee Defection
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... After the Deal Closes?. Even if there are non-compete agreements in the file for the right groups of employees, you must determine whether you – as the acquiring entity – will have the right to enforce ...
Created on 30 September 2011
(Training, Development and Retention)
... What would work for me is that we agree that you’ll warn me before you tell one so that I can move away, or, you resist the urge to tell them around me. Would you agree to that? I would really appreciate ...
Created on 27 September 2011
84. What’s in the Crystal Ball for Human Resources
(General HR)
... listening to their perceived needs, and if valid, making an effort to meet them. Even if we can’t meet their needs, if we understand what they are and agree with them we should be willing to go to bat ...
Created on 22 September 2011
85. How to Engage Employees in Compliance
... involved in such a conversation. 3.      Invite Disagreement You should view every interaction as an opportunity to tap into the expertise of your workforce. This requires ...
Created on 15 September 2011
86. Duty To Provide Safe Place to Work is Delegable
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... SeaBright the delegation was found to be implicit in the agreement between US Airways and Aubry. The prudent business using an independent contractor should consider making the delegation of the duty to ...
Created on 31 August 2011
87. When Do You Stop Beating A Dead Horse?
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... the game has already been set up. 7. Fee problems at any time. It is easy to agree to any fee that you might state when the hiring manager is not thinking about hiring. That’s why, when you cover a fee ...
Created on 23 August 2011
88. Top Ten Mistakes Made by Departing Employees
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... be a bad idea for many reasons. It may be a violation of a confidentiality or nondisclosure agreement, and depending upon the content of the records, it may also constitute misappropriation of trade secrets. ...
Created on 19 August 2011
89. My 6 Word Secret Weapon
(Career / Personal Development)
... recognize the strengths of our team. Me:  I agree.  Do you believe areas for development are just as important (for example, in critical thinking)? Client:  Yes, absolutely. Me:  ...
Created on 11 August 2011
90. Who Is the Employer? Determining Joint-Employer Status
(Compliance and Legal)
... cases pending before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) concern whether workers in these arrangements must be included in collective agreements covering the client’s regular employees. If ...
Created on 09 August 2011
91. Ridiculous Recruiting Agreement Terms
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
You have got to love those ridiculous legal-department generated Magna-Carta style recruiting agreements. You know the ones that would force us into being little more than "Resume Flippers" if we actually ...
Created on 05 August 2011
92. QandA
... as the "Website". For the same reason, sometimes we will refer to HireCentrix, its officers, directors and employees collectively as «We» or HireCentrix. This Agreement sets out the legally binding terms ...
Created on 01 August 2011
93. DOL cracks down! Are your classifications FLSA-compliant?
(Compensation and Benefits )
... employment and separation agreements. David has a special knowledge in training employees in the entire range of employment law issues. David B. Ritter Partner Neal Gerber Eisenberg ...
Created on 28 July 2011
94. Want to litigate in private? Opt for arbitration
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... and issues arising from the movement of employees between competitor firms. These issues include: covenants not to compete, non-solicitation and non-disclosure agreements, unfair competition, employee ...
Created on 12 July 2011
95. Job Boards vs. LinkedIn?
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... who fall into this category and have no desire to be found on LinkedIn because they simply don’t need to be there. While I do agree that LinkedIn is a useful aid in recruiting, it’s not ...
Created on 30 June 2011
96. 6 Tips to Prevent Employment fraud and theft in Your Workplace
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
...  Once developed, the code of conduct should be documented and agreed to by all new employees (and existing employees if you haven't put a code in place yet). You can find many templates for basic codes ...
Created on 28 June 2011
97. The Fallacious Five: Employment law misconceptions that trip up employers
(Compliance and Legal)
... I just don't like her hairdo!" Technically and superficially, that would be a "legal" reason to terminate an employee in an at-will state . . . if she's foolish enough to agree that this was the reason. But ...
Created on 23 June 2011
98. 3 Ways To Stop Overcommitting
(Career / Personal Development)
... constantly becomes a lifestyle, you’ve lost balance. You may not agree, but one of my core business philosophies is that our businesses should be supporting the life we want to live. Yet too often, ...
Created on 21 June 2011
99. Herzberg's theory of motivation and Maslow's hierarchy of needs
(Training, Development and Retention)
... the behavior of people employed in business. Specifically, the findings disagree with Herzberg in relation the importance of money as a motivator and, with Maslow in regard to the position of esteem in ...
Created on 20 June 2011
100. Reference and Background Checking - Get better results Legally
(Compliance and Legal)
... duties, wage history, and job performance if the information is not considered confidential according to law or a nondisclosure agreement and is provided in good faith.   Employers are increasingly ...
Created on 14 June 2011

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Growth in women's share of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) occupations declined to 27% in 2011from a high of 34% in 1990. While women make up nearly half of the workforce, they were 26% of the STEM workforce in 2011.

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