The lawsuit alleges that teachers who are not of African-American descent and have been habitually late have not been subject to adverse job actions.Read More
One recruiter says that since incorporating online interviews she has cut spending from about $10,000 per search to roughly $500. Yet an employment lawyer advises clients to proceed with caution when using it.Read More
I thought it would be enlightening to hear from people who share some of the same attributes as younger millennials but managed to get a jump on their careers before the recession.Read More
As the U.S. unemployment rate hovers around 9 percent, the contingent staffing market is booming with a half-million jobs added over a 12-month period.Read More
Outfitting workers with well-suited age, ethnic benefits requires tailoring. Read More
A low pass rate on exams and high cost for study materials have HR practitioners seeking to earn their credentials questioning the blurry relationship between SHRM and HRCI.Read More
In an essay based on their new book, Workforce Management senior editor Ed Frauenheim and his co-authors, Laurie Bassi and Dan McMurrer, say workplaces must be at once caring, exacting, and stirring in the emerging "Worthiness Era."
My company wants to build a training format and structure than can be standardized for all our learning efforts. What exactly should such a structure include? How do I determine essential elements for our entire employee training?Read More