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101. Court Dismisses EEOC’s Background Check Lawsuit Based On Its Reliance On “Laughable” And “Unreliable” Expert Report Filled Of “Errors and Analytical Fallacies”
(News Articles)
... Corp. (discussed here) – in part based on the “great concern” she had regarding several aspects of Dr. Murphy’s disparate impact analysis in that case. Read More at ...
Created on 19 August 2013
102. Before you lose your job: Tactics to review before the change.
(Career / Personal Development)
... If a spouse has health insurance the employee (and any dependents) can move onto based on ‘change of life circumstances’ – obtain and submit the paperwork quickly (this must be completed ...
Created on 18 August 2013
103. I Hate The Internet
... for you. Think all recruiters are slimy bastards getting between you and the job of your dreams? Yep, somebody wrote that one too. Thinking about working for a startup? Don’t! They’ll pay you ...
Created on 18 August 2013
104. What to do if your job sucks!
(Career / Personal Development)
You are into the 11th  month of your new job.  There is no psychological lift from your work. The boss is a serious micro manager.  You are not having much fun.  You are at your ...
Created on 31 July 2013
105. The difference between a resume, a bio, and curricula vitae.
... version (CV) of work history to muddle through – it would be too tiresome to read. CVs are requested when applying for academic, education, scientific, research positions, fellowships or grants – ...
Created on 28 July 2013
106. The Global Workforce: Capitalizing On Pending Immigration Reform?
... immigrants and want to ensure their ability to remain in the country, comprehensive immigration reform will hopefully be designed to create a stronger, more free-flowing international workforce, and businesses ...
Created on 25 July 2013
107. Baby Boomers: Find Your Voice using Social Media
(Social Media)
I am one of the 78 million baby boomers living and working in the US.  It is interesting to chat with other baby boomers.  Many have stuck their little toes in the water.  They may have ...
Created on 22 July 2013
108. Workers with a Disability Less Likely to be Employed, More Likely to Hold Jobs with Lower Earnings, Census Bureau Reports
... of the 155.9 million civilian labor force. More than half of all workers with a disability were concentrated in four general occupation groups: service workers (except protective services) with 18.2 ...
Created on 21 July 2013
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... my office and with our clients. The only way to prevent a counteroffer from derailing three months or more of search work is to have the right offer presented in the first place. This means the strongest  ...
Created on 21 July 2013
110. New York Says Obamacare Is Going to Cut Rates in Half for People Who Buy Their Own Insurance
(News Articles)
... families.” Benjamin M. Lawsky, Superintendent of Financial Services: “In setting these rates, we worked hard to do right by consumers and small businesses so they have access to affordable, ...
Created on 20 July 2013
111. Immigration: Success Story: Is It Unauthorized Employment to Run a Business?
... wanted to hear was that he had done nothing wrong since he never paid himself a salary or deprived an American worker of a job.  Fortunately, when I was an INS Trial Attorney (1980-82), one of ...
Created on 18 July 2013
112. Leaders, Time to Get Your Shift Together
... customer service experience and develop innovative products and services. 21st century leaders are tasked with engineering an ecosystem of hope in the workplace and beyond. This is challenge ...
Created on 14 July 2013
113. Keywords, the foundation of search.
(Sourcing and Research)
...  You have tried many and found that they don’t seem to work. Either they are too complicated or you feel like you are doing something wrong. No matter what you try you can’t seem to get ...
Created on 11 July 2013
114. Seven Acts of Random Courtesy after You Land
(Career / Personal Development)
As I reflect on my years and experience as a career coach and a mentor I once again am reminded that there is an obligation to return the favor for the kindness and generosity of the network in securing ...
Created on 09 July 2013
115. 100 most social HR experts on Twitter
... the list without further thought, I say go grab another coffee first. ------------------------ Biography James Mayes has worked in technology and talent acquisition for more than fifteen years ...
Created on 07 July 2013
116. How you change is the change!
(Org Development)
... can choose to do nothing at all. Many organization’s choose to talk the talk about improving the processes within the organization while utilizing an undertone which says change won’t work ...
Created on 07 July 2013
117. If SEO is Dead, Long Live Search Engine De-Optimization
(Social Media)
... that once worked to improve a site’s position in SERPs are now historical footnotes to the evolution of website ranking methodology. If in the past you’ve employed someone to improve your ...
Created on 04 July 2013
118. Hot for teacher (accountability)
(Employee / Labor Relations)
Unions are frequently criticized as being organizations who waste time and resources defending bad actors in the workplace.  Based upon my personal experience, this is true more often than not. ...
Created on 02 July 2013
119. 8 LinkedIn first-time user mistakes.
(Social Media)
... data. If you don’t ask, you won’t get, information about the company, work environment, names of hiring managers, etc., are easy to get if you simply reach out and ask. 5)    ...
Created on 01 July 2013
120. GAY RECRUITING - LGBT Staffing Critical to a Diversity Strategy
... your diversity selection criteria. 2)     LGBT workforce = LGBT clients! 3)     Many companies are already successfully inclusive of the LGBT! 1)   ...
Created on 01 July 2013
121. SCOTUS Defines "Supervisor" For Title VII Cases as One Who Can Take Tangible Employment Actions
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... definition proposed by the parties, the Supreme Court refused to define “supervisor” as an employee who has the power to direct and oversee their victim’s daily work. Why Vance Matters: ...
Created on 30 June 2013
122. Did the EEOC really say that silence is NOT golden?
(Compliance and Legal)
... evidence that the employer thoroughly and thoughtfully reviewed the worker’s claim. Employers want the fact finder to be able to say that the employer acted how s/he would have acted in a similar ...
Created on 24 June 2013
123. Inside the Affordable Care Act: 5 Secrets Every Business Needs to Know
Key parts of the Affordable Care Act (referred to here as the ACA) will go into effect Jan. 1, 2014 – but a lot of workers and employers are still unsure about how it will affect them. It’s ...
Created on 23 June 2013
124. 3 Remedies for the Long-Term, Unhappily EMPLOYED
(Career / Personal Development)
... for pulling yourself up by your bootstraps and out of your misery. Reason #1: Your Plate Is Too Full. Your work schedule is onerous: instead of 8-hour days, you toil through 10- and 12-hour shifts ...
Created on 18 June 2013
125. Still Willing To Have Unpaid Interns?
(Compensation and Benefits )
... in a vocational school; ♦   Received no benefits from the relationship other than those that were "incidental to working in the office like any other employee and were not the ...
Created on 17 June 2013
126. Facebook posts as evidence of retaliation
(Social Media)
... LLC (S.D. Ala. 5/20/13), illustrates this risk in practice. One week before Orkin terminated Tammy Deneau for repeatedly working overtime without authorization, Deneau posted the following on her personal ...
Created on 11 June 2013
127. Guiding Individuals and Organizations on a Journey towards greater productivity
(Surveys & White Papers)
... when we prepare a report for upper management. Our organizations thrive on processes, it just is at times we need to make changes to the ecosystem to make these processes work more efficiently. HR ...
Created on 05 June 2013
128. 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)
... the provisions of the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”). The NLRA has been increasingly applied in non-union workplaces and to handbook policies relating to areas not previously ...
Created on 04 June 2013
129. The Candidate Pool is Larger than You Think
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... in the last role held and has worked for well recognized brands. He/she is currently looking for an opportunity in New York City. He/she has been recently laid-off. The person is based in NYC.  ...
Created on 28 May 2013
130. Ten reasons to Connect with Someone You Don’t Know
(Social Media)
As Porter Gale launches her new tome Your Network is Your Net Worth, I am reminded of another aspect of networking that has both risk and opportunity.  How do you handle requests to connect from ...
Created on 27 May 2013
131. Filing a Lawsuit Against an Employment Agency
(Compliance and Legal)
... as resume editing, job placement, and securing interviews for a client who needs a job.   Employment agencies generally work on a case-by-case basis and may often tailor their services to suit ...
Created on 20 May 2013
132. An Economically Rational Approach to Resolving Wage and Hour Claims In California
(Compensation and Benefits )
... sometimes respond to employee wage and hour claims in ways that cause them to sustain unnecessary financial loss and workplace stress.  They pay more money in attorneys’ fees and litigation ...
Created on 16 May 2013
133. Why use Skills Testing?
(Testing And Assessment)
... and a properly selected assessment will also help select the right candidate with the right skills. There is a high correlation between candidate performance on workplace simulation, assessments and ...
Created on 15 May 2013
134. Is Leadership an Occupation
(Org Development)
Recently, I met someone who’s looking for a new opportunity (read: they’re unemployed).  When I asked them what kind of work they were looking for, they said they wanted to be a leader. ...
Created on 07 May 2013
135. Is it really what we think it is?
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... we do the same steps in the HR world we work in. Every single day we are confronted with important HR issues and we automatically assume we have the answers. But what if we were wrong? Consider ...
Created on 06 May 2013
136. Stories of a Mexican recruiter negotiating with Japanese professionals & executives.
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... a central guiding principle the benefits of harmony. Japanese children learn from their earliest days that human fulfillment comes from close association with others working as a team. Children learn early ...
Created on 02 May 2013
137. The HR Department of 2020: 6 Bold Predictions
(General HR)
... 5: Managing a remote workforce will be the new norm. Recent moves by companies like Yahoo and Best Buy to end their remote work programs are the exception, not the new normal. Without a doubt, HR ...
Created on 30 April 2013
138. Use of the Internet for Recruiting and Screening Can Lead to Lawsuits for Failure to Hire
(Compliance and Legal)
... or pretexting has likely crossed the privacy line. However, there can also be an issue involving “terms of use” for a social network site and for the consideration of legal off-duty conduct. ...
Created on 29 April 2013
139. Can Recruiters Be Liable for Employment Discrimination?
(Compliance and Legal)
... chose number 4, you get an "A" for the day. Recruiters do, in fact, have significant legal exposure to employment discrimination claims. Developing a basic working knowledge of discrimination ...
Created on 15 April 2013
140. 7 Immigration Facts And Myths
Immigration Toolkit Myth: Immigration into the United States is bad for American workers.  Fact: Bad immigration policy, not immigration in and of itself, hurts American workers Many ...
Created on 07 April 2013
141. Please Do Not Judge a Book by It’s Degree– The Marissa Mayer Edict Part II
(Org Development)
... their talent management needs. Now Yahoo has reportedly taken this to a new level - Not only can you not work outside the office, you have to have ivory tower credentials to boot. Lets get some facts ...
Created on 20 March 2013
142. 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
143. Could this be the "Misinformation Age?"
(Social Media)
... while working my desk. I would often try to implement ideas that in practicality, just didn't work! The way you get GREAT in our Profession is to create a repeatable sales system that works ...
Created on 28 February 2013
144. How the IRS determines an Independent Contractor (Self-Employed) from an Employee
(Compensation and Benefits )
... and independence fall into three categories: Behavioral: Does the company control or have the right to control what the worker does and how the worker does his or her job? Financial: Are the business ...
Created on 24 February 2013
145. Tabs: The Quick Way to Improve Your LinkedIn Page
(Social Media)
Tabs: The Quick Way to Improve Your LinkedIn Page The use of social networks for marketing, job recruitment, and forming business connections is growing. Your company’s LinkedIn page is an ...
Created on 21 February 2013
146. Getting our Veterans Back to work:Fact Sheet: Returning Heroes and Wounded Warrior Tax Credits
(Compensation and Benefits )
In August, 2011, President Obama called on Congress to enact tax credits that will help get veterans back to work. The Returning Heroes Tax Credit provides businesses that hire unemployed veterans with ...
Created on 19 February 2013
147. The “T” Cover Letter – The Only Type Worth Sending
(Career / Personal Development)
... can be easily created on a Word document using the Table creation tool. But because it depends so much on the formatting, it really only works if you are attaching a document to an email (numbers 2 & ...
Created on 12 February 2013
148. Do You really have to pay your Interns?
(General HR)
Unpaid Internships 101  What is an internship? An internship is a work-related learning experience for the benefit of individuals who wish to develop hands-on work experience in a certain ...
Created on 07 February 2013
149. How to Get an Edge with Your Elevator Speech
(Career / Personal Development)
... example, think about the aspects of your career or work that fire up your adrenalin. - 2- Draw from your resume or experience, a legacy list of accomplishments you have made in every position ...
Created on 30 January 2013
150. Holding Human Resources Accountable
(General HR)
... to ensure compliance with laws or proper completion of employee documents (one of the first that comes to mind is the I-9). I’ve also worked with companies that hire consultants to come in and ...
Created on 28 January 2013
151. 5 Wage and Hour Mistakes Most Employers Make
(Compensation and Benefits )
... are 5 of the most common wage and hour mistakes many employers make. Number 1: Not recording actual time worked The USDOL is very specific in what time should be recorded for nonexempt employees. ...
Created on 22 January 2013
152. 5 Questions Employers Should Ask Job Applicants in Interviews for Safe Hiring
(General HR)
... asking about matters that are expressly relevant to the job function or the workplace. “Tell me about any unexplained gaps in your employment history.”If there are any unexplained employment ...
Created on 22 January 2013
153. Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
(Surveys & White Papers)
... on Employee Selection Procedures (if there is data or analysis about criminal conduct as related to subsequent work performance or behaviors); or The employer develops ...
Created on 20 January 2013
154. A Fresh Perspective On Fees”
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... approach would be to take yourself out of the equation.  Here is a fresh perspective on how it can work. At the time of taking the job order/search assignment, establish your fee (whatever your ...
Created on 17 January 2013
155. Broken Pottery, Broken Candidates
(Org Development)
... can make you feel as if you're damaged goods. As a recruiter, there are aspects of the job that can make you cynical, such as the volume of work you have, the pressures associated in filling a ...
Created on 15 January 2013
156. 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
157. The Big Lie about Work-Life Balance
(Compensation and Benefits )
The big lie about work-life balance is that it’s achievable. It’s just a red herring. The struggle for work-life balance does nothing but leads to stress and burnout. It must ...
Created on 03 January 2013
158. Definition of Recruiting
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... he continues to operate today and which has undergone various transformations during the years.   Today his fees are often double that of his earlier years while working less than he ever ...
Created on 02 January 2013
(Surveys & White Papers)
... EEOC's programs to have a sustainable impact in reducing and deterring discriminatory practices in the workplace. The Commission approved the Strategic Enforcement Plan for Fiscal Years 2013 - 2016 ...
Created on 26 December 2012
160. Case Study: Marsh Transforms Itself with Social Technology
(Surveys & White Papers)
... to work. Leading the charge on this initiative was Ben Brooks, Marsh’s SVP and Global Director, Enterprise Communications and Colleague Engagement, and Laurie Ledford, Chief Human Resources ...
Created on 20 December 2012
161. Long-term strategies and short-term operational excellence.
(Org Development)
... why many companies spend “ oodles” of dollars to train and develop their work force only to lay them off at the first sign of lower profits. Remember: there are Six things business has ...
Created on 18 December 2012
162. A Friend Indeed: Do Facebook Users Really Have Privacy Rights at Work?
(Social Media)
... users have more than 125 billion “friends.” But, who is really your friend on Facebook? If a manager strong-arms a co-worker to get access to an employee’s Facebook page, is that ...
Created on 17 December 2012
163. 'Tis the Season for Holiday Workplace Issues. Day 4 - Holiday Pay and How Not to Get Scrooged by the FLSA
(Compensation and Benefits )
Many employees believe they are entitled to holiday pay, even if they do not work on the holiday. This is not the case. In fact, neither the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") nor most state ...
Created on 16 December 2012
164. Make Employees your Social Brand Ambassadors!
(Social Media)
... to be working there. Or a vendor/business partner who sees your employees strength in LinkedIn can be convinced to do business with you. And mostly employees will feel valued that they are representing ...
Created on 12 December 2012
165. 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)
... and people who typically spend their working hours together and you have a recipe for jaw-dropping, not to mention, litigious situations. For example, there's the uncomfortable flirtation, the inappropriate ...
Created on 10 December 2012
166. 10 years in your current role? You're stale.
(Career / Personal Development)
... it is -- a job.  You show up for work every day, do what's expected of you, don't make waves and your bills get paid.  It's all good. Or is it? It just shows that you can ...
Created on 06 December 2012
167. Christmas, Holidays?? Bah, who needs them? Ban 'em all
A few Years ago, I read a popular blog that was Anti Christmas (xmas) in the workplace. The Author expressed disdain for several factors, including being “forced” to having a day off and ...
Created on 02 December 2012
168. Truth in Endorsement and Advertising Disclosure : FTC's Revised Rules
... features. Would that endorsement factor into your decision to buy the product? Probably. Now suppose you learn that the person works for the company that sells the product – or has been paid ...
Created on 01 December 2012
169. How Your Business Can Support Family Involvement In Education -- and Benefit
(Compensation and Benefits )
Give employees a "flextime" option Twenty-nine percent of employees in the U.S. are now offered this option. Employers often mandate core hours in which employees must work, such as 10 ...
Created on 27 November 2012
170. Oh, that person in the next cubicle !@&*#*)!!
(Career / Personal Development)
... to do?  There is someone at work you really have difficulty liking.  It may be mild or it may be on your mind long before you get to the office in the morning.  This can have a devastating ...
Created on 25 November 2012
171. Artificially Lowering Payroll to Avoid Premium Fails
(Compensation and Benefits )
... Inc.’s (ReadyLink) payroll to determine its 2005 premium for its workers’ compensation insurance policy. The SCIF assessed an additional premium of $555,327.53 based on its determination ...
Created on 20 November 2012
172. Five reasons why every employer CAN afford harassment training
(General HR)
... location for live training isn't practical, you can go with a computer-based interactive program, a video-workbook combination, or even just a passive videotape (not as good because it isn't interactive, ...
Created on 19 November 2012
173. Want to get the job? Don’t make people hate you by stalking them.
(Career / Personal Development)
... for anything I’m working on. He proceeded to argue with me and kept insisting that he has “valuable skills” and “WILL DO ANYTHING.” I explained that if I don’t ...
Created on 18 November 2012
174. Who do you really work for? A Business Survival checklist!
(General HR)
... those who work for/with you in conversations and understand their needs and interests. Understand how to “really” take care of your customers. Figure out how you build relationships ...
Created on 14 November 2012
175. Leadership Assessments – An Overview
(Testing And Assessment)
... yourself. Then, get to work by challenging yourself to improve, one day at a time. ----------------------- Jennifer Miller Biography Jennifer V. Miller is a career strategist who helps leaders ...
Created on 13 November 2012
176. Developing the Ethical Leader of the Future
... work. When we acknowledge complexity, we help leaders resolve the natural tension between our leadership and performance expectations and our ethical expectations. When leaders are able to practice ...
Created on 12 November 2012
177. Headhunters: A Crash Course
(Career / Personal Development)
... all at the same time. The truth is, your opinion about headhunters will be formed by your needs, the specific headhunter with whom you work, the economy, and the overall job market. Sometimes a headhunter ...
Created on 11 November 2012
178. Meet Your Career’s Worst Enemy: Rational Thought
(Career / Personal Development)
... and teams rekindle their passion for the job and get to the next level in their careers. He burned himself out working in several Fortune 500 companies, and now’s leading the movement against career burnout. ...
Created on 09 November 2012
179. C-Level Focus on Changing Workforce
(Org Development)
... of HR leaders- decreased employee tenure and a shrinking workforce in key skill sets.   One set of circumstances is a cultural shift in employee engagement and loyalty (I shared some thoughts ...
Created on 08 November 2012
180. Beware of Red Flags from an Interviewer
(Career / Personal Development)
... work situation.  It’s always best to know of potential issues/personalities you might encounter in advance, so your interpretation of any odd behaviors is closer to the mark. When advance information ...
Created on 07 November 2012
181. Here’s My Advice to Middle Managers Looking to Move Up the Corporate Ladder
(Career / Personal Development)
... write a blog or get an article published. The more you make a name for yourself, the better the chances of being headhunted by recruiters who are looking for your skill set. Network often. Think about ...
Created on 06 November 2012
182. Exempt or Nonexempt -THAT is the question!
(Compensation and Benefits )
... the individual who holds the position, and not the positionitself, or it’s simply always been Exempt. What do I mean by this?   In the companies I have worked for there are usually at least a ...
Created on 05 November 2012
183. Employee Handbook :Sample Policies
(General HR)
... (, HR Laws (, Human Rights Bureau (, Policies Now (, WorkSafeMT (, SHRM (    Introductory ...
Created on 31 October 2012
184. The Employer Bill of Rights
(Org Development)
... reasons” (such as an employee’s favorite sports team), employees need a “Bill of Rights” to protect themselves. After nearly 15 years representing employers in workplace disputes, the one conclusion ...
Created on 25 October 2012
185. Lost wages: What records does your union need to keep; what policies should you develop?
(Compensation and Benefits )
... Compliance Tip provides a detailed framework for a policy, including who is eligible to receive lost time and under what circumstances, what rate of pay applies, who approves lost wage claims, and when ...
Created on 24 October 2012
186. Laid Off and Want to Start a Business? Self-Employment Assistance Programs May Help
(Career / Personal Development)
... to business ownership. But unemployed workers face a fundamental challenge when it comes to starting a business – how do you start a business if you risk losing your unemployment benefits simply because ...
Created on 23 October 2012
187. 3 parts engagement, 1 part possibility
(Training, Development and Retention)
While the term “Employee Engagement” has a formal definition, it can be broken down into 3 fundamental areas. #1 – Engaged with Work Engagement is defined as an employee who is fully involved in, and ...
Created on 12 October 2012
188. Is the fear of Failure ever a good motivation tool
(Org Development)
... recognition, and challenging work are the true motivators, in fact, over complicates the whole subject. When I think back on all the things that have motivated me throughout my career, I keep coming ...
Created on 11 October 2012
189. Do you practice Safe Facebooking?
(Career / Personal Development)
... has undergone various transformations during the years.   Today his fees are often double that of his earlier years while working less than he ever has each week. His neighbors probably think ...
Created on 10 October 2012
190. Building Teams from Disparate Corporate Cultures
(Training, Development and Retention)
We are working with more and more clients today that are recruiting talent from outside of their industry in an effort to gain competitive advantage. For example, I recently placed a talented developer ...
Created on 04 October 2012
191. Do Organizations FEAR HR Control?
(General HR)
...  Even if there is no legislation, we are still morally and ethically committed to take a stand on such things as human rights, discriminatory practices and commitment to health and safety in the workplace. ...
Created on 03 October 2012
192. A Job Board Doesn’t Work Alone
(Career / Personal Development)
... possible employers. Some job seekers think that this means hiring an expensive resume writer, attending dozens of networking events, or even accepting internships for little or no pay. But, it takes a ...
Created on 28 September 2012
193. Make Sure to Comply With Immigration Anti-Discrimination Laws
Most professional recruiters today are no doubt aware that knowingly hiring or continuing to employ undocumented workers is a violation of U.S. immigration law. Violators can be assessed considerable ...
Created on 25 September 2012
194. Fact Sheet : Employment & Wages Under Federal Law During Natural Disasters & Recovery
(Compensation and Benefits )
The Wage and Hour Division (WHD) of the U.S. Department of Labor enforces a variety of worker protection laws, including the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and ...
Created on 20 September 2012
195. Vision of Professional Office Buildings in a Virtual Organization World
(Surveys & White Papers)
... an organization which strictly uses all of the following:  a virtual workspace,  a virtual workforce, and virtual organization management (i.e., best practices, policies and procedures for operating ...
Created on 10 September 2012
196. Employee Handbooks – You Can Be Your Own Worst Enemy
(General HR)
... employees to keep all compensation terms confidential. However, such policies have long exposed employers to a NLRB complaint, even when the workplace is not unionized. It is not a reach to conclude that ...
Created on 04 September 2012
197. Why Employees Resist Change
(Org Development)
... to change may be rooted in fear. During periods of change, some employees may feel the need to cling to the past because it was a more secure, predictable time. If what they did in the past worked well ...
Created on 31 August 2012
198. FlexJobs Survey: Why People Want Telecommuting and Flexible Work
(Org Development)
Boulder, CO, August 23 – FlexJobs releases the results of its recently conducted survey, which was done to learn more about its audience, their job searches, and why telecommuting and flexible work ...
Created on 24 August 2012
199. How much money do recruiters make?
(Compensation and Benefits )
... the job market is picking up (or at the least, companies are willing to pay more for the increased workload on recruiters). If the salaries are consistent, then I know that the economy is consistent in ...
Created on 24 August 2012
200. Do I really have to hire an Ex-Convict? A guide to hiring Felons.
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... – and it becomes clear that employers have to find better ways to address criminal history in hiring decisions.   Employers are responsible to provide a safe workplace for employees ...
Created on 20 July 2012

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