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1. Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt
(Category)
In this section you will find resources specific to policies and practices to assist you in reducing the extent and the severity of work-related injuries and illnesses including whether or not they ...
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2. Events
(Category)
HireCentrix's Events Calender will keep you informed and timely posted about upcoming conferences, keynote presentations, seminars, summits, forums, workshops, networking activities of interest to varied ...
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3. Event Informaiton
(Category)
HireCentrix's Events Calender will keep you informed and timely posted about upcoming conferences, keynote presentations, seminars, summits, forums, workshops, networking activities of interest to varied ...
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4. Employee / Labor Relations
(Category)
If you are looking for information on how to negotiate contracts, including compensation rates, benefits, working conditions, guidance and information on such issues as discipline, misconduct, performance ...
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5. Getting Past the Gatekeeper
(Viewpoint)
... I NEVER recruit anyone the first time I speak to them.. Every call is a Networking Call, no matter who I speak to or even if I have paper.. That alone helps with the honesty part for sure, and also you ...
Created on 09 February 2018
6. Are Recruiters Exempt From FLSA Wage and Hour Laws?
(Compensation and Benefits )
... with referral sources, customer service. Pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), employees must be paid time and a half for work over forty (40) hours in a workweek.    Certain ...
Created on 01 November 2016
7. Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors
(Compensation and Benefits )
... millions of workers nationally as independent contractors.[1]  While some employers misclassify their workers as independent contractors in error, often employers misclassify their employees intentionally ...
Created on 11 October 2016
8. EEOC Releases New Online Resource Center for Small Businesses
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... small businesses, there are also answers to frequently asked questions, guidance in making employment decisions and tips for small businesses on a variety of potential workplace discrimination issues. ...
Created on 27 September 2016
9. Facebook Hacking (Searching for Job Titles and Employers by IDs)
(Sourcing and Research)
Due to the main professional social network not meeting our expectations on several fronts, there’s a growing interest in sourcing on Facebook. As many people are already aware, the Graph search ...
Created on 24 August 2016
10. To your Successful Job Search
(Career / Personal Development)
... make you pay a fee for your job or their services. Also, make sure that the recruiter will guarantee your confidentiality, and will not send your resume anywhere without your permission.   3- Networking. ...
Created on 23 August 2016
11. It's embarrassing to be a Recruiter today. Recruiters Really Suck! A recruiter's Perspective
(Viewpoint)
... more experience on the HR side and, yes, working from the bottom up.  Eager and willing to earn my stripes.* (see #10) Recruiting has been my love and my passion, but in the past couple ...
Created on 18 August 2016
12. 3 mistakes that job seekers do when doing salary negotiations...
(Career / Personal Development)
... for somebody with similar skill sets (abilities, competencies, skills, critical technical knowledge, training, education, experience and achievements). Job seekers need to do their homework, and be prepared ...
Created on 02 August 2016
13. Auditing the use of recruiting firms
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... to have several such organizations working on the same position at the same time; they compete against one another to send the best candidates. Each firm has an incentive to "sell" its people ...
Created on 16 June 2016
14. How Legal Hazards Occur in the Recruiting and staffing Placement Process
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... Personal Desires** - What will the candidate be doing, overseeing who? How many? What is the expectations of the work done of the candidate? Skills , education, experience, years preferred. . Employment ...
Created on 08 June 2016
15. 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
16. When Background Checks Backfire
(Compliance and Legal)
... and diversity. While she is passionate about public interest and environmental law, Julie is constantly working to expand her knowledge base to include other areas of law. Prior to joining The AR Group, ...
Created on 08 June 2016
17. Five Due Diligence Question Asked in Every Interview
(Compliance and Legal)
... to keeping criminals, terrorists, and imposters out of your workplace," and “The Safe Hiring Audit: The employer’s guide to implementing a safe hiring program." He is considered an expert in employment ...
Created on 08 June 2016
18. Facebook Post Leads to Police Complaint, Leads to Termination, Leads to Lawsuit
(Social Media)
... party-not the employer.  Interesting, right?  Here’s the case. The plaintiff alleged that she worked as a case manager in San Antonio public schools.  She claimed that she alerted ...
Created on 08 June 2016
19. Retained Search: Be CarefulWhat you wish for
(Uncategorised)
... less than $100,000 annually. So if you deal in mid-market or "commodity" candidates such as engineers, accountants or programmers, it's unlikely you'll do much retained work. And you should consider yourself ...
Created on 08 June 2016
20. I Love You HR! Said No Recruiter Ever.
(General HR)
I’ve sat on both sides of that table; I’ve worked as a Recruiting Manager for a multi-state company with the HR team one floor down and I’ve worked as a field HR Manager for a global 3rd party logistics ...
Created on 08 June 2016
21. Background Checks: What Employers Need to Know to protect themselves legally
(Compliance and Legal)
... sometimes want to consider the backgrounds of applicants and employees. For example, some employers might try to find out about the person's work history, education, criminal record, financial history, ...
Created on 08 June 2016
22. Facebook, Credit Checks, Criminal Records? Where the Law Stands on Employee Social Media and Background Checks
(Compliance and Legal)
... what’s on an applicant’s resume or contained in their letters of reference, consider hiring a private screening firm. Not only will they do the legwork for you, they’ll also ensure any checks are done ...
Created on 08 June 2016
23. “God, I hate recruiters”
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
It was Sunday, so I was not in work mode at all. In fact I was watching my son trial for a Sydney Representative cricket team, and my mind was on him bowling fast and batting straight. On the side of ...
Created on 08 June 2016
24. Answering the three most important job interview questions.
(Career / Personal Development)
... wasting the interviewer’s time. An example of appropriate answers (that can be elaborated on with your quick examples) could be: “I am a hard worker, and capable of performing my tasks quickly and efficiently, ...
Created on 08 June 2016
25. Brains, Brawn and Bravado; Incentives to Hire the “Experienced”
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... businesses place a premium on youth, some employers subtly seek to push out older workers. They deny them raises once awarded routinely, reduce their responsibilities or give evaluations that are cold ...
Created on 08 June 2016
26. Making bereavement leave human
(General HR)
... personal days, etc.) to supplement time away from work but do we really have to take it to the point of assembling a calendar time off grid so that payroll doesn't get confused? What about the employee ...
Created on 08 June 2016
27. The 600 lb. position opening in the room
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... Those directly affected by this open position are turning up the heat. One might say that this all makes no sense. After all, finding a person is what you do, is it not? So why is most of what worked ...
Created on 08 June 2016
28. Surprise! You Shouldn’t Answer the Phone When Recruiters Call
(Viewpoint)
... of the person who called (if they left you a message) and where they work, do some background digging – try LinkedIn and Facebook. I wouldn’t recommend you using this information but at least who you are ...
Created on 08 June 2016
29. Fact Sheet: Computing Hourly Rates of Pay Using the 2,087-Hour Divisor
(Compensation and Benefits )
... 2,080 hours (the number of hours in 52 workweeks of 40 hours) and rounding to the nearest cent. For a regular full-time employee, the hourly rate was then multiplied by 80 to determine the biweekly gross ...
Created on 08 June 2016
30. A Supervisor's Guide To Social Media, Part Two
(Social Media)
... Are Although the National Labor Relations Act protects employees who post comments related to their "wages, hours and working conditions" from being disciplined or discharged, the Act does not protect ...
Created on 08 June 2016
31. Expand the Supply of High-Quality Candidates
(Sourcing and Research)
... of your personal phone time. These include: 1. Networks. Many successful recruiters turn to all-purpose or niche market networks to augment their supply of candidates and increase their billings. (For ...
Created on 26 May 2016
32. Questions and Answers Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures - UGESP
(Compliance and Legal)
... forms, work samples, physical requirements, and evaluations of performance. Sections 2B and 16Q, and see Question 6. Q: What practices are covered by the Guidelines? A: The Guidelines apply to ...
Created on 25 May 2016
33. Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, Administrative, Professional, Outside Sales and Computer Employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act
(News Articles)
... protections to over 4 million workers within the first year of implementation.This long-awaited update will result in a meaningful boost to many workers’ wallets, and will go a long way toward realizing ...
Created on 19 May 2016
34. What You Should Know: Questions and Answers about the EEOC and High School Diploma Requirements
(Compliance and Legal)
... to allow her to demonstrate the ability to do the job in some other way.  This may include considering work experience in the same or similar jobs, or allowing her to demonstrate performance of the ...
Created on 20 April 2016
35. Recruiting Based on Cultural Fit - An Excuse to Discriminate?
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... working with and/or would fit in with the team?” Somewhat short sighted don’t you think? The new hire may indeed be very compatible with the manager, but maybe the manager will be fired ...
Created on 20 April 2016
36. Reference Checking in the digital age!
(Viewpoint)
... of social networks to deliver fast, accurate social ratings, Checkster gives organizations certainty in new hire decisions and employee promotions.  Checkster utilizes the latest technologies ...
Created on 20 April 2016
37. Apple Orchard Method of Candidate Development - the advantage of networking
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... it can be done.  It takes some investigative work, and a little time. But it can be done in a way that brings value to us and our clients   Lets try to draw a picture here - Let’s ...
Created on 07 April 2016
38. American Fool, Why The Arrogance-Get Your Facts Straight?
(Viewpoint)
... of a National Academy member. He also received an MBA from the University of Missouri. Post-graduate work, included a postdoctoral Fellowship in pharmacology and toxicology at Kansas University Medical ...
Created on 19 February 2016
39. The college degree is a useless overqualification
(Testing And Assessment)
... and didn't work)   Now let's take another percentage of those who went to college for Sports only and never entered the Average workplace - This would not be limited to Basketball, ...
Created on 26 August 2014
40. Why There’s No Shame in Your Job Burnout
(Career / Personal Development)
... More Common than You Think The first thing you’ll notice when you start using the term “burnout” at work, is that almost everyone understands it. It’s become a universal ...
Created on 11 October 2013
41. How to handle ‘gaps’ in your employment resume.
(Career / Personal Development)
That dreaded hole – the one where you were out of work for several months, or years, through no fault of your own – the glaring employment gap when a full time student as a mature adult ...
Created on 10 October 2013
42. How building Trust equals High Growth and Profits?
(Org Development)
... Interaction Associates and the Human Capital Institute (HCI) a larger percentage of high performing organizations (HPOs) are currently growing at a higher rate due to a workforce trend they have fostered. ...
Created on 09 October 2013
43. Does “Poverty” Cause Low Achievement?
(News Articles)
... until they had sufficient income (whether from work or marriage) to adequately support their offspring would result in better outcomes for those children. This, in turn, led to an extended discussion ...
Created on 08 October 2013
44. An Employers Guide to Reducing Costs in the Health Care System: Learning From What Has Been
(Viewpoint)
... premiums: does managed competition work? Int J Health Care Financ Econ 2001;1:159-87. *8. Wholey DR, Christianson JB, Engberg J, Bryce C. HMO market structure and performance: 1985-1995. Health Aff ...
Created on 07 October 2013
45. Taking Advantage of an Improving Economy
(Uncategorised)
... turnaround. As jobs continue to multiply, some basic elements of finding rewarding work are still necessary. It’s important to stay focused and build a strategy for optimizing conditions during these ...
Created on 07 October 2013
46. Time’s up, pencils down: EEOC final fiscal year end filing totals provide surprises and insight
(General HR)
... vulnerable workers; 3. Addressing emerging and developing issues; 4. Enforcing equal pay laws; 5. Preserving access to the legal system; and 6. Preventing harassment through systemic ...
Created on 04 October 2013
47. The Entrepreneur’s Checklist For Beginners: Are You Serious?
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... be in that plan. 8.    Networking without direction is a waste of time. Do research on your market/product/service of choice. Read, listeoes grocccccs Checklist For Beginners: Are You Serious? 85-1995. Health Aff ...
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