HR practitioners continue to use paper-based methods to communicate health care benefit options and are struggling to understand compliance issues with the Affordable Care Act.Read More
Facebook, Twitter, and other social media channels can prove to be treasure trove of protected information—information about an employee's personal and family medical issues, religious issues, genetic information, and, like this case, protected complaints about discrimination.Read More
An employee who begs to be fired cannot seek satisfaction when her employer takes her up on her offer.Read More
Social media sites have become such a prevalent part of the recruiting process that most recruiting software providers are integrating them into their applicant tracking and assessments process.Read More
The water's fine in the social media pool, but many companies are still afraid to allow workers to dive in. Experts say employers should take the social media plunge to buoy their brand and improve productivity.Read More
Companies can use software to measure how well they're marketing themselves to potential hires.Read More
You would think that if the practice of employers requiring applicants and employees to disclose login and password information has reached epidemic proportions, I would have heard of or encountered at least one employer engaging in this practice. I haven't.Read More
When it comes to social recruiting, how savvy is your organization? In recent discussions with The RightThing clients, a large percentage have shared that while social platforms have quickly become a key component in their talent acquisition toolbox, most of these strategies remain in the infancy stage. As social talent solutions continue to evolve, now is the time for organizations to move beyond community creation and seek out additional ways to fully maximize this powerful medium.