A woman was recently arrested after stealing the identities of nearly 100 victims. The source of information used for the thefts:
Heads up, federal employers and contractors. If you have a question about a candidate’s criminal history in your application, you’ll need to remove it. In December 2021, the Fair Chance to Compete for Jobs Act went into effect, preventing federal employers from asking about prospective employees’ arrests and convictions before making a conditional job offer. […]
All it took was an exposé, two lawsuits alleging gender bias, sexual harassment and wrongful termination; a walkout and a class-action on behalf of its female employees. But video games maker Riot Games has committed to fundamentally changing a sexist “men first” workplace culture where women were routinely subjected to harassment and inappropriate behavior. And […]
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has made it clear that its chief enforcement target is “systematic” discrimination on the part of employers. And the agency’s making good on that threat: Here are recent settlements of sex discrimination lawsuits that will cost four companies a total of $4.2 million.
Salary history bans are making a difference, according to a recent study and that may be spurring more cities to act. A Boston University research study released in June 2020 indicates that salary history bans are having the desired effect. After a city or state banned salary history questions, they found pay increased for all […]
Can you win at hiring when it’s only going to get tougher? More than three-quarters of executives plan to increase hiring this quarter, according to research from West Monroe. That means nearly everyone is looking for the same talent you are. In fact, they might even be trying to steal yours! You’ll want to amp […]
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