Workforce’s staff selected the 30 winners of the fourth-annual competition. They are a diverse group representing some of the best HR practitioners and strategists under 40 years old.
This ruling sounds like something that should’ve been reserved for churches and other religion-oriented organizations, not an arts and crafts retailer and a cabinet manufacturer.Read More
During his tenure as the head of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, Ed Foulke emphasized assistance, rather than inspections and enforcement, to improve safety.Read More
Even with legalized pot laws on the books in 20 states, it’s still unclear how medical and recreational marijuana fits into workplace drug and alcohol policies.Read More
A recent study identified the top business-related litigation trends and concerns from 2013.Read More
It’s a common misconception among employees that their First Amendment rights of free speech carry over to the private workplace. The expression of a political opinion can lead to the loss of a job.Read More
Sourcing job candidates has become easier for recruiters because of internet job boards, social media and applicant tracking systems – and the job of recruiters has changed because of it.Read More
While technology has been replacing humans in the workforce for hundreds of years, the fear of being replaced by machines still hangs heavy on society’s collective consciousness.Read More
More companies are offering paid parental leave for their employees, and a bill in Congress could extend that benefit to all workers in the United States.
Let there be no doubt about it, as Affordable Care Act compliance draws near, organizations without ACA systems in place could be on the hook for costly penalties.Read More