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Dan Wisniewski

Dan began his writing career both as a reporter and features editor for The Hawk at St. Joseph’s University and an intern and writer for the university’s Communications Department.
In the fall of 2008, Dan joined Progressive Business Publications (the parent company of PBP Media and HR Morning), and took on the task of covering human resources. Currently the editor-in-chief of semimonthly paper newsletter “What’s Working in Human Resources” and its companion website, Dan also serves as contributor to HRMorning and has written white papers and toolkits on HR as well. Dan received his bachelor’s degrees in both English and psychology from SJU, and recently earned his master’s degree in journalism from Temple University.
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Sex harassment: 2 companies that screwed up big-time

These two companies aren’t exactly role models when it comes to handling sex harassment complaints.

Dress code woes? 4 tips for handling annoying clothing concerns

Spring has sprung, and that means dress code violations may unfortunately be in your future. Here’s some help on handling inappropriate clothing on the job.  

NSA struggles with — wait for it — workplace monitoring

In 2011, the government’s official intelligence gatherers had an intelligence gathering problem of their own. 

The top office pranks for April Fool’s Day [INFOGRAPHIC]

Here are some fun gags to pull out if you’re in the joking mood this April Fool’s Day. 

She was only harassed at one of her many work locations, so …

This woman had many supervisors, and only one of them harassed her. Is that a hostile work environment? 

ADA roundup: 3 new settlements that cost firms big

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is showing no signs of letting up on disability lawsuits. 

Is birth control mandate the next reform requirement to go?

Yet another provision of healthcare reform might get nixed this summer. 

Social media recruiting: 30 tools HR can’t live without [INFOGRAPHIC]

Trying to find new employees via social media? Here’s what you’ll need. 

Is the EEOC jumping on the social media bandwagon?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is starting to poke around one of the workplace’s biggest trouble areas. 

Workplace soap opera? Follow this company’s lead

Amid accusations of employees sleeping with each other’s significant others, this company did everything right.