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201. Lie about your age...Steal a trade secret..It's all criminal.
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
...  There has been a split of opinions among federal courts about what it means to "exceed authorized access."  For instance, the Eleventh Circuit concluded not too long ago that an employee ...
Created on 05 December 2011
202. The Company Holiday Party: HR’s Role as “Party Planner”
(Viewpoint)
... some or all of these unwritten rules. It looks especially bad when the offending employee works in HR. Don’t let that employee be you this year!   Now, let’s get to the serious ...
Created on 04 December 2011
203. How to Ace the Tough Interview Questions
(Career / Personal Development)
... conference room mix-up, however I knew that any delay would result in frustration of high-ranking executives.  In the end, though, the safety of our employees should have been more important.  If I could ...
Created on 04 December 2011
204. Expectations vs. Real World
(Org Development)
... happens? We continually hear corporate management talking about the lack of commitment from the talent they hire. Have they stopped to consider that the message sent to the employees is I know what ...
Created on 01 December 2011
205. EFFECTIVE PERSONNEL INVESTIGATIONS
(Viewpoint)
... any other discriminatory non-merit factor. When an employee feels his or her rights have been violated, or that policies or guidelines have not been applied in an evenhanded manner, it is essential ...
Created on 27 November 2011
206. Using Social Network Sites Such as Facebook to Screen Job Candidates Increases Legal Risk for Employers in 2011
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... the potential employee say derogatory things about past employers or co-workers, or demonstrate that they are not the best candidate for the job.  Although employers may request that background ...
Created on 22 November 2011
207. HR must roll with Social Media punches
(General HR)
... a job due to social media and device restrictions at work. The study, 2011 Cisco Connected World Technology Report, says respondents were not only college students but also newly hired employees fresh ...
Created on 17 November 2011
208. Dispelling the Myth About Resumes: It's Not Just to Get Your Foot in the Door
(Career / Personal Development)
... and Conflict Resolution. Sherri’s effectiveness can be attributed to her comprehensive understanding of the nuances of the job market and workplace from both the candidate/employee and employer perspectives. ...
Created on 16 November 2011
209. Top Ten Reasons to Hire Veterans and Wounded Warriors
(General HR)
... clearances that give them access to highly sensitive information. An employee with a proven track record of trustworthiness is often an asset to an organization. Strong sense of health, safety and property ...
Created on 10 November 2011
210. Even Best Practices Can't Always Ensure Quick Dismissal of Wage & Hour Claims
(Compensation and Benefits )
You're a savvy employer. Your timekeeping policies are clear. Your employees know that they are required to report all of their work time. Employees sign off on their time records each week. You ...
Created on 08 November 2011
211. What is My Generation’s Impact on Business?
(General HR)
... roles of human capital within our organizations and then asked if their were any comments.  One student in her 20's, asked me how realistic was it to think that employees would in essence ...
Created on 07 November 2011
212. Honeymoons at Work - Don't cut the Honeymoon Short
(Training, Development and Retention)
... workplace. After all, new employees experience a honeymoon phase. Here’s a little story*. Recently, we hired Elizabeth. After the manager Paul made the offer,  HR called Elizabeth to arrange ...
Created on 06 November 2011
213. How to Choose Recruiting Software to Ensure OFCCP Compliance
(Compliance and Legal)
... ask every potential employee to identify their EEO info, capture the reasons why your employees have chosen NOT to hire someone (every time), continuously analyze this information in real-time and be able ...
Created on 03 November 2011
214. HR Wrote the CEO's Speech - How Sincere Should It Be?
(Ethics)
Every year the CEO visited the various locations and met with the employees.  It was always very pleasant with a lot of shaking hands and smiles plus snacks and drinks.  The CEO was a jolly ...
Created on 19 October 2011
215. Rrevisiting Contingency Contract Hypocrisy – Part 2
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... as they were known, were exactly just that: Clearing houses for local companies they held established relationships with.  As such the fees, usually 10% of the employee’s first year’s ...
Created on 18 October 2011
216. 6 Things Not to Do When Your Boss is a Jerk
(Career / Personal Development)
...  Specific examples we have heard are that their boss: Is a micro-manager Is not trustworthy or doesn’t keep promises Gave a poor rating on the employee’s performance ...
Created on 17 October 2011
217. Flu Season: An Outbreak of Issues for Employers.
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
Flu season is upon us, and for many employers, that means more employees calling in sick. Healthcare settings often advise or mandate that employees receive a flu vaccination because of their contact ...
Created on 14 October 2011
218. Is your dress code policy Fair and Compliant?
(Compliance and Legal)
Regardless of industry, almost all businesses with employees have some form of a dress code policy. When creating a dress code policy for your business, apply your policy equally to all employees. Unfair ...
Created on 11 October 2011
219. But what if she had worn a mini-skirt with her hijab?
(General HR)
By now, who hasn’t heard about retailer Abercrombie and Fitch getting in trouble for allegedly requiring their employees to wear less, rather than more, clothing?  All summer, reports kept popping up about ...
Created on 06 October 2011
220. Locating online influencers – part one: where to begin
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... external, as well as planning events for ServiceMaster Clean of Ottawa. He also led employee training for the roll-out of a customer relations program to be used by in-home service technicians. Since ...
Created on 05 October 2011
221. 5 rules for feedback that work
(General HR)
When we talk about communication in the form of feedback at work, both managers and employees tend to get anxious and basic conversations quickly become burdensome and uncomfortable. In my post, Did ...
Created on 03 October 2011
222. Employee Retention & Attrition in Mergers/Acquisitions: Minimizing Risks of Employee Defection
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
A merger that looks good on paper can lose value when too many employees in the target company get nervous about what life will be like after the deal closes -- Will the culture be different? Is the acquiring ...
Created on 30 September 2011
223. Could You Survive a Social Media Background Check?
(General HR)
... are familiar with being asked to sign a waiver so that the prospective employer can run a credit report, which includes information about an employee's credit-payment history and other credit habits from ...
Created on 29 September 2011
224. Independent Contractors Are Again Front-And-Center
(Consulting and Outsourcing)
... employees [as independent contractors] in order to avoid providing employment protections." As the IRS's involvement might suggest, this collaboration has as much to do with enhancing the inflow ...
Created on 23 September 2011
225. What’s in the Crystal Ball for Human Resources
(General HR)
... employees. While that is a balance between keeping the employees happy and keeping profit margins maximized, it is also taxing our human resource departments.  If we are just as smart as our executive ...
Created on 22 September 2011
226. Career luck or something else?
(Career / Personal Development)
... by c-level and senior leaders, as well as middle management professionals on down to front-line organizational talent. She also provides corporate outplacement, working with exiting employees to empower ...
Created on 20 September 2011
227. Benefits Alert: New disclosure requirements mandated by health care reform
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... offered by the plan. Accordingly, if an employer offers new employees and their eligible dependents the opportunity to choose from four different health plans, four separate SBC’s must be provided. What ...
Created on 19 September 2011
228. How to Engage Employees in Compliance
(Ethics)
In the September 2011 issue of the Harvard Business Review, in an article entitled “How to Cultivate Engaged Employees”, author Charalambos A. Vlachoutsicos wrote about his experiences in ...
Created on 15 September 2011
229. Virtuousness Is Good For Business
(Ethics)
... increased performance. Companies perceived as optimistic by employees tend to develop a sense of purpose and good will amongst workers. The organization places a premium on staff being able to meet ...
Created on 13 September 2011
230. To guarantee an employment lawsuit, just follow these five "worst practices"
(Employee / Labor Relations)
...  The Wall Street Journal recently reported that approximately 75 percent of departing employees would not recommend their former employers to others looking for a job, almost a 100 percent increase over ...
Created on 12 September 2011
231. Businesses: Emergency Planning for Employees -Prepare, Plan Stay Informed
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
...  Create an emergency contact list including employee emergency contact information. Create a list of critical business contractors and others whom you will use in an emergency. Know what kinds of ...
Created on 07 September 2011
232. The Employee Experience: Ibelong@ . .
(Training, Development and Retention)
In my last two articles, I’ve set the stage for a people-focused review of the employee experience. In short, the experiences people have as they move through the “employee lifecycle” ...
Created on 06 September 2011
233. DEGREES OF Absurdity
(Viewpoint)
... a company bulletin board at ISI. One notice announced an opening within ISI. [inset side=right] “Degree Required” is a lazy, sloppy way of describing what we want of an employee. Perhaps ...
Created on 05 September 2011
234. Your Employees Need Your Help Now
(General HR)
Most companies want to see a predictable and stable retirement of their older employees in order to facilitate growth opportunities for younger and more technologically advanced employees. That is one ...
Created on 02 September 2011
235. Duty To Provide Safe Place to Work is Delegable
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... 219 (2010). The General Rule Generally, when employees of independent contractors are injured in the  workplace, they cannot sue the party that hired the contractor to do the work.   (Privette v. Superior ...
Created on 31 August 2011
236. Talent management strategies for the rolling talent deficit (part 1)
(Viewpoint)
... you can never hope to catch up. Left unchecked, it grows and compounds, weekly, monthly, and annually. Another alarming factor is the toll that this rolling talent deficit takes on current employees. ...
Created on 29 August 2011
237. Top Ten Mistakes Made by Departing Employees
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
A few days ago, I wrote about the top ten things a company should do when an employee resigns to join a competitor (click here to see that post). But what about the flip side of that coin? What ...
Created on 19 August 2011
238. Can Your Company Survive An I-9 Audit?
(Immigration)
... authorization of each employee and is part of the federal immigration regulatory process.   Recruiters can assist their organizations, and enhance their   value,   by   knowing   something   about   ...
Created on 18 August 2011
239. How to handle bullies in the workplace
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... bullying. Some companies face tightening budgets, layoffs and competition between full-time employees and nearly permanent part-time and contract workers, creating tension in the workplace. Relationships ...
Created on 17 August 2011
240. Should Employers Use Arrest and Conviction Records of Job Applicants for Hiring Decisions or Do Criminal Background Checks Discriminate against Ex-Offenders?
(Viewpoint)
... the EEOC, I described how the rights of ex-offenders to a second chance must be balanced with the rights of employees to have a safe workplace: “Of course, the pre-employment screening industry ...
Created on 15 August 2011
241. My 6 Word Secret Weapon
(Career / Personal Development)
...    Breanne Potter is currently a Solutions Architect for Pearson TalentLens (http://talentlens.com) and is focusing on helping organizations develop their employees' critical thinking ...
Created on 11 August 2011
242. It’s not HR’s job to manage people
(Consulting and Outsourcing)
... hard to give and receive feedback. Managers want to communicate the good and pleasing stuff to their employees. But when it comes to giving the bad news and taking tough calls, they pass on the task to ...
Created on 10 August 2011
243. 6 Simple Ideas to Get 4 More Hours out of Each Day!
(Career / Personal Development)
... during this time.  Most calls, employee issues, emails or office supply orders can wait at least an hour to be handled. 3. If you run your own desk, have uninterrupted phone blocks in your day to make ...
Created on 09 August 2011
244. Who Is the Employer? Determining Joint-Employer Status
(Compliance and Legal)
A Report on Temporary Help, On-Call, Direct-Hire Temporary, Leased, Contract Company, and Independent Contractor Employment in the United States Besides not defining the term "employee", ...
Created on 09 August 2011
245. Ensuring a Healthy and Risk-Free Workplace
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... business, dry cleaners, print shop, or just a regular nine-to-five office, providing workers with a safe workplace is not only critical to the health of your employees and the success of your business ...
Created on 02 August 2011
246. The Employee Experience: Candidacy
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
In my last article, I discussed the employee experience as analogous to building a house. In that discussion, I identified the various HR folks as the architects and planners of the experience, while the ...
Created on 01 August 2011
247. QandA
(Uncategorised)
... 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
248. DOL cracks down! Are your classifications FLSA-compliant?
(Compensation and Benefits )
In the past year, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has renewed its focus on combating employee misclassification, and there has been a recent significant increase in the number of wage-and-hour lawsuits. ...
Created on 28 July 2011
249. Have human resources assist in writing business plan
(General HR)
... the job faster with assistance from that HR subject matter expert. Few employees have more access to company capability, employees' mindsets, insight to company growth, and knowledge of employee's ...
Created on 22 July 2011
250. Employee Involvement: An Antidote to Turnover
(Training, Development and Retention)
... competition for talented employees is making it hard to keep good people. Forcing solutions to workplace problems denies staff the opportunity to create their own resolution and robs the company ...
Created on 20 July 2011
251. 6 ways to avoid being the EEOC's next hiring "test case"
(Compliance and Legal)
...  From reading this blog, you might correctly surmise that a “little” employee-relations problem can quickly escalate into a “big” legal battle. Indeed, workplace disputes can ...
Created on 13 July 2011
252. 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
253. Applicant Screening based upon Bankruptcy History
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... policy unnecessarily deny it the services of a good employee?  Probably.  Did it deny an individual his legal right to a fresh start under US law?  Definitely.  He did nothing wrong, and was qualified ...
Created on 07 July 2011
254. American Jobs: Going, Going...
(Viewpoint)
... late 1980s. The 112-year-old crown jewel of Rockford machine tooling—Ingersoll International—declared bankruptcy this spring and laid off 300 employees in Rockford and 70 in Michigan, leaving ...
Created on 05 July 2011
255. Do you walk the HR walk and talk the HR talk?
(General HR)
... strategy to a successful completion. We also do not anticipate that you are the employees best friend. we do expect that you are comfortable enough in your expertise as a human resource professional ...
Created on 01 July 2011
256. Job Boards vs. LinkedIn?
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
...  BIOGRAPHY Kimberly Roden is an HR professional with 23 years of experience.  Her passions lie in helping others become better leaders — to foster employee engagement as well as ...
Created on 30 June 2011
257. Are attending job fairs still useful for employers and job seekers in this electronic age of resume posting? (Part One – Advantages for Employers)
(General HR)
... and send employees to man the booth. Companies are still attending job fairs, or conducting in-house job fairs, to look for qualified job candidates for current and future positions.   Job ...
Created on 28 June 2011
258. 6 Tips to Prevent Employment fraud and theft in Your Workplace
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
Whether it's downloading and sharing company confidential information (a hot topic these days), manipulating expense reports, or stealing merchandise- employee theft and fraud is a serious issue for ...
Created on 28 June 2011
259. Guide to Dress Codes and Nondiscrimination Laws
(Compliance and Legal)
... when an employer seeks to impose a dress code, uniform requirement, or grooming standard onto employees, there is a potential for the employer to engage in unlawful discrimination.  There are two main ...
Created on 27 June 2011
260. Representative Weiner’s online conduct: a reminder to employers about the dangers of employee misuse of social media and company resources
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... employee misuse of social media and company electronic equipment. Employers should take this opportunity to understand the risks involving employee use of social media and company equipment, create ...
Created on 24 June 2011
261. The Fallacious Five: Employment law misconceptions that trip up employers
(Compliance and Legal)
Plaintiff's lawyer Donna Ballman and The Evil HR Lady have had good posts recently on common employee misconceptions about employment law, including the "right" to see what is in one's personnel file ...
Created on 23 June 2011
262. Herzberg's theory of motivation and Maslow's hierarchy of needs
(Training, Development and Retention)
... factors that motivate employees. Maslow, a behavioral scientist and contemporary of Herzberg's, developed a theory about the rank and satisfaction of various human needs and how people pursue these ...
Created on 20 June 2011
263. Should Unemployed Be A Pre Employment Screening Criteria?
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... of employee that might be? I overheard someone talking the other day that he had been unemployed for over a year. His comment was that the one-year mark was an unstated “black threshold” where people ...
Created on 17 June 2011
264. The True Start of the Employee Experience
(Training, Development and Retention)
... treat people is a foundation element in the experience people have as employees. Managing that employee experience is not fully the job of HR – rather, if we think about it as building a house, we might ...
Created on 16 June 2011
265. Reference and Background Checking - Get better results Legally
(Compliance and Legal)
... a thorough reference check. Today, employers are hesitant to give information about previous employees for fear of being sued. Therefore, many employers only confirm dates of employment and positions ...
Created on 14 June 2011
266. Prevailing Wages for H-1B Workers
(Immigration)
... to receive the PWD from the DOL. Once a PWD has been issued by the DOL, the employer must use that prevailing wage on the LCA and the employee must be paid at least that amount (or as much as that paid ...
Created on 02 June 2011
267. White Paper# 11: Chaos in the Workplace: Four Mindsets One Goal
(Surveys & White Papers)
... into employee attitudes regarding the generation mix: 65% of employees say that the generation gap makes it harder to get things done at work 57% of employees stated that companies ...
Created on 01 June 2011
268. 9 signs that you'll lose your age discrimination case
(Employee / Labor Relations)
... might have a case. Also, an employee can present evidence to rebut the "same hirer/firer" presumption.) Sign No. 2: You have been a victim of unfair treatment that is legal. The world is ...
Created on 27 May 2011
269. Are Employees Eligible for FMLA Leave When A Natural Disaster Strikes?
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... to pay their employees during suspended operations; others are unsure whether and to what extent health benefits should be offered. But what about an employer's obligation to ...
Created on 26 May 2011
270. Capturing Wages for Off-The-Clock Work in California Retail Stores
(Compliance and Legal)
During the past several years, we have represented employees of several clothing retailers, including sales associates working for Polo Ralph Lauren, Gap and Banana Republic, and Chico’s in California-wide ...
Created on 25 May 2011
271. Telecommuting - Setting up a Policy for your company
(Consulting and Outsourcing)
What is it? "Work is something you do, not something you travel to." Telecommuting allows employees to reduce their commute by performing all or some of their work away from ...
Created on 16 May 2011
272. Workplace Violence Prevention - Readiness and Response
(Viewpoint)
... hostile, or emotionally abusive conduct that interrupts the flow of the workplace and causes employees concern for their personal safety. Bullying, stalking, and threatening appear on this end of the ...
Created on 09 May 2011
273. Term Limits for Contingent Workers: Urban Legend or Necessary Fix?
(Compliance and Legal)
... employees claimed a right to receive the benefits that Microsoft provided to its directly employed workers. An often overlooked consideration is that Microsoft actually won almost all of the issues, ...
Created on 05 May 2011
274. Demystifying the Facebook Firing Case
(Compliance and Legal)
... seek to invalidate any employer social media policy that it deems unlawfully restricts employee rights under Section 7 of the NLRA.  These are rights that, among other things, permit employees to discuss ...
Created on 03 May 2011
275. Recruiters - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS PART II –one lawyer's effort to summarize additional issues that may trouble you
(Compliance and Legal)
... with the client to deal with issues other than verification of hours worked. I am in IT staffing. Most of my assigned employees are skilled computer professionals. I pay them hourly, but all of ...
Created on 29 April 2011
276. An Appeal for Cooler Heads on NLRB's Social Media Policy Enforcement
(General HR)
... employee who had criticized management on Twitter. At the time, I flagged the article because I wanted to use it to highlight my -- emphasis on the word, MY -- views on the NLRB's recent assault on ...
Created on 25 April 2011
277. For Recruiters - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Part I – One Lawyer's effort to summarize the issues which Trouble you most
(Compliance and Legal)
... which basically states that if my temp screws up, I’m responsible. Since the temps are my employees, I guess that’s OK. Is it? No (wow, I never say yes, do I?). In most cases the temp is an employee ...
Created on 22 April 2011
278. Stop, Look & Listen... Before You Write That Social Media Policy
(Training, Development and Retention)
... also include customers, vendors, and suppliers.  Explore how you might be able to utilize employees and other partners' personal accounts in order to gain a larger following... and set up the policy accordingly.  ...
Created on 21 April 2011
279. Background and Reference Checks - Using Consumer Reports: What Employers Need to Know
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
... a number of your long-term employees for major promotions. Can you check their credit reports to ensure that only financially responsible individuals are considered?   A consumer report ...
Created on 19 April 2011
280. Departing Employees and the Stored Communications Act: Employers Beware
(Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt)
Departing employees sometimes access workplace computer systems to obtain information for purposes of using it in competition with their employer.  Sometimes they use the internet at work to send emails ...
Created on 13 April 2011
281. Selecting Recruiting Software: Know Your Pricing Options It Could You Thousands
(Consulting and Outsourcing)
... this is the ideal option for companies who don’t intend to implement an employee portal. This would be a much lower cost over other pricing models when you only need to license your recruiters but this ...
Created on 12 April 2011
282. Ethics and Good Recruiting
(Ethics)
... clear if a practice is wrong, such as willfully discrediting a company to make an employee feel that it would be best to move on, that test ethical thinking. Recruiters who use methods they know are ...
Created on 10 April 2011
283. BACKSTABBERS LOSE
(Career / Personal Development)
... complete with language suitable for a gutter!  Oh, but that was not all.  Seconds later, the door of her office would slam shut and the blinds would snap.  The hopeful employee trapped inside.  And, the ...
Created on 29 March 2011
284. Employers Face New Challenges From Employee Use of Social Media
(Compliance and Legal)
Emerging social media technologies like Twitter and Facebook are putting a new spin on familiar employment problems. As employees increasingly access social media, employers have become more interested ...
Created on 28 March 2011
285. "Notorious Nine" mistakes by employers in dealing with the EEOC
(Compliance and Legal)
... or that the investigator is not smart enough to identify the relevant issues in a charge. In my experience, this is unfair to most EEOC investigators -- although they may have a pro-employee bias (just ...
Created on 18 March 2011
286. STARTING AN EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH PROGRAM FROM SCRATCH
(Compensation and Benefits )
To some people, the term “Employee of the Month” conjures up images of early sit-coms with men in grey suits receiving a plaque and a special parking space. But employee of the ...
Created on 08 March 2011
287. Disengaged Workers Aren’t Born That Way
(Training, Development and Retention)
Employers who think their people leave for more money: 89% Employees who actually do leave for more money: 12% What a disconnect!   That’s the results of 19,700 interviews ...
Created on 28 February 2011
288. Why Are You Calling Their Company?”
(Business / Client Dev / Marketing)
... usually reflected in your company’s strategic marketing plan and may include any or all of the following: area of specialization, industry/market focus, size and number of employees, location(s), ...
Created on 11 February 2011
289. Definition of a Non-Employee
(General HR)
Non-employee [non em-ploi-ee] -- noun: A person working for another person or business in a situation in which the individual or business benefiting from the work is not under legal obligation to report ...
Created on 01 February 2011
290. 7 Costly Legal Myths in Contractor Workforce Management
(Compliance and Legal)
Businesses across the country are continuing to cut costs by replacing employees with independent contractors to save costs. Some savings are certain - employers don’t pay employment taxes to the IRS or ...
Created on 31 January 2011
291. Tidbit 1, 2011 – JIGSAW - Find Email Patterns Fast and FREE - ROBBING THE GRAVEYARD
(Sourcing and Research)
... email patterns with little or no cost in a matter of minutes.  To find business emails, simply determine how the company sets up the employee email addresses. The format is usually consistent throughout ...
Created on 19 January 2011
292. What Do You Mean ‘I’m OVER-Qualified?’
(Career / Personal Development)
... that you’re an energetic, motivated and highly skilled employee who’s very interested in the position your applying for and the company to which you’re applying. Visit your local ...
Created on 18 January 2011
293. Auto-Forwarding Employee E-mails Presents Risk Under Federal Wiretap Act
(Employee / Labor Relations)
Employers’ ability to monitor e-mails sent by employees at work is a hot topic in privacy law and is being addressed by a growing number of courts around the country as the law works to catch up with ...
Created on 16 January 2011
294. How Will the New Congress Change the Immigration Laws?
(Immigration)
Immigration legislation in Congress ended on a sour note in 2010. The DREAM Act, after narrowly passing in the House of Representatives, failed to get the necessary 60 votes in the Senate required to ...
Created on 05 January 2011
295. Why would anyone go the contract route when they are really an employee?
(Viewpoint)
... them,  (the employee/contractor) - contractor to contractor. The "boss" will then  subsequently 1099 the Employee / contractor -therefore attempting to avoid employment obligations; State ...
Created on 04 January 2011
296. Uniform Guidelines of the Employment Selection Process - UGESP
(Testing And Assessment)
Employers often use tests and other selection procedures to screen applicants for hire and employees for promotion. There are many different types of tests and selection procedures, including cognitive ...
Created on 15 December 2010
297. Site:Search, Inurl Search Option
(Sourcing and Research)
... will one day be college alumi and employees, a fantastic source for experienced contacts/candidates. In many instances, the advisors have posted the job orders I’m working, resulting in many resumes ...
Created on 09 December 2010
298. Foundations For Positive Change In the Workplace: Part 1
(Employee / Labor Relations)
...  The staggering billion dollar costs of bullying include the company reputation, legal action, and high turnover of valued employees, healthcare, absenteeism an Save d sick leave. These are costs ...
Created on 07 December 2010
299. Tattoos and Your Hiring Process
(Recruiting and Candidate Dev)
... ability to hire great employees? For the past couple years, I’ve been living within a short distance of a handful of well-known and well-respected colleges and universit ies.  Walking ...
Created on 05 December 2010
300. Is HR Trading Do’ers for Managers?
(Consulting and Outsourcing)
... source competent candidates with the skills, ability, and motivation to be great employees, right?  And for those who argue that it makes sense to outsource IT functions, as this isn’t a core business ...
Created on 23 November 2010

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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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