The lesson here isn’t so much how social media is impacting EEO laws, but instead how employers are adapting their current policies and training to adapt to these new technologies.Read More
If you are going to permit your employees to use their personal social media accounts for business purposes, get it in writing that you have rights to the accounts.Read More
The NLRB is looking for ways to become relevant to the 93 percent of employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement.Read More
With transparency comes responsibility. How much you permit your employees to connect on social media sites will, in part, depend in how much of their personal lives you want leaking into your workplace.Read More
If you don’t want something to appear on the front page of the newspaper, or to be read in front of a judge or jury, don’t put it in writing. Don’t email it, don’t text it, don’t Facebook it, and don’t tweet it.Read More
Experts attribute RPO growth to the recovering economy, the increasing use of social media and mobile technology and the evolution of RPO services firms.Read More
HR leaders generally feel their ideal role is one of broad leadership, but it is often far less than that.Read More
An employer cannot go into 'ostrich-mode' in the face of workplace harassment.Read More
We need a strategy that is effective but won't be cumbersome or costly. What are the keys to using social tools to recruit?
—Behind the Curve, human resources representative, finance/insurance/real estate, North Hollywood, California
Train an employee who is insulated from the hiring process to do your social media searches, scrub all protected information, and provide a sanitized report to those responsible for making the hiring decision.