Wearable technologies and fitness applications are flooding the consumer market, but the jump to the corporate sphere has many concerned about employee privacy.
A new survey names personal technology as the No. 1 culprit behind work distraction.
The tech giant recently released its workforce diversity numbers, with the results causing some to say it is struggling from a diversity perspective.
The answer to this question is a resounding no. If an employee wants to check Facebook at work, or post a Tweet, or show off that fancy filtered sunset on Instagram, they will simply take their iPhone out of their pocket and post away.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
No matter the situation, thorough investigations and maintaining a consistent story will save your bacon in many workplace lawsuits.Read More
Do employers have a right to monitor employees’ social media accounts, or is this an invasion of their personal lives?Read More
We have been moving slowly to integrate social learning in our LMS. We want to include tools that boost the nature of collaboration among our workers, especially among those who are stationed remotely. How do we evaluate social learning platforms to find the best match? How heavily should we rely on employee feedback?
— Socializing at Work, vice president of talent, manufacturing, New York
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
Employers perceive social media as a workplace problem that’s not going away, but many are choosing to do nothing about it.Read More