Could one of these radically different approaches to fixing job descriptions be right for your company?
So how’s your organization’s raise budget looking for 2014?
The president has handed Congress his budget proposal for 2015. And it carries some bad news for employers.
Not too hard to figure that today’s employment climate is a buyers’ market. New research shows just how desperate applicants have gotten.
The Supreme Court has opened the door for state lawmakers to stick their nose in your hiring procedures.
Video resumes are the latest tool candidates are using to impress HR managers — but are they working?
Every HR pro’s been here before: You find a candidate with all the right qualifications, only to have them slip away right before closing the deal.
There are three phrases you and your managers must be careful NOT to say to employees who walk off the job complaining about pay or scheduling.
News flash: The feds don’t like it when you bring in “applicants” for a “working interview” – and then refuse to pay them for the work they perform. The lesson is going to cost a Nashville dental practice $50,000 after a settlement in federal district court. The practice will pay $50k in back wages and […]
What’s scarier, these discrimination claims or the number of zeros in the award?
Employers try hard to avoid hiring illegal workers. But are there times when trying too hard can violate the law? Read the facts of this real-life case and decide: Who won?
How confident are you that you’ll be able to keep up with increasing HR compliance burdens over the coming months and years? A recent study indicates that a lot of HR pros are apprehensive about what the future might bring.
Does your company plan on hiring additional full-time employees in the next few months? How about reducing headcount? If you said no to both, you aren’t alone.
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