A lawyer suggest steps employers should take to regulate workplace Internet access and avoid liability for failing to prevent its more egregious misuses.
A lawsuit against the Chicago Police Department is an example of a clear warning to employers to put a smart-phone usage policy in place before they end up in potentially costly litigation, lawyers say.
Succession management software tools are approaching the ‘holy grail’ of matching the right people at the right time with the right job.
Rigzone includes a job board and gets more than 500,000 unique visits a month and has more than 270,000 résumés in its database, according to Dice.
In the new era of customer service at American Express, even an overnight delivery can be too slow.
Commentary: Public Law 108-390 amended the Immigration and Nationality Act to allow electronic signature and electronic storage of I-9 forms, but the regulations implementing it have created a web of confusion.
An IT career website reports that the Big Apple leads other major metro areas, with 8,200 employment openings in July.
Options abound for employers as vendors seek to carve out new pieces of the ‘software as a service’ market for HR technology.
The Germany-based business software company is taking a close look at HR software delivered as a service, which refers to companies accessing applications over the Internet and typically paying for them on a subscription basis for a limited time.
In a sign that people management is a priority these days, three of the 10 finalist entries in a business innovation contest co-sponsored by the Wharton School involve human resources.