Employers ignore social media at their own peril, especially during times of change. Social media comes with risks but also with great reward. Here are six best practices for using social media in change management.
The two-hour webcast begins at 1 p.m. EST and includes officials from the Labor Department, the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service.
As subject-matter experts, engineers at India-based Wipro have technological expertise as well as knowledge of the industries of the clients they serve. They knew how to build software systems that optimized supply chain but were less capable of articulating ways clients could improve such systems. Here’s how Wipro set about changing that.
Although many organizations lack social networking policies, one-quarter of the nearly 800 compliance and ethics professionals surveyed said their organization has had to discipline an employee for activities on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
Employers are advised to verify that job applicants are eligible to work in the U.S. Although the Obama administration has made E-Verify the centerpiece of its workplace enforcement efforts, many employer groups, including the Society for Human Resource Management, criticize it as ineffective and inefficient. Despite DHS’ action and the ongoing debate over E-Verify, employers remain obligated to ensure that they do not hire or continue to employ individuals who are not authorized to work in the U.S.
About 170,000 firms are using the system. The ‘I E-Verify’ campaign includes a public service television advertisement that touts companies for their efforts to ensure a legal workforce.
Aruspex CAPTure workforce planning software allows users to graphically see the future profile of a company’s workforce, as well as build and compare different scenarios.
While growth rates are less than what was projected a year ago, the talent management market as a whole is growing by about 15 percent and should reach $2.5 billion this year.
With action on comprehensive immigration reform pushed off to next year, the House approves a homeland security funding bill that would renew the government-run electronic employment verification system.
The cash-and-stock deal, valued at $6.4 billion, comes in the wake of news in July that Hewlett-Packard’s ExcellerateHRO division is exiting HR business process outsourcing.