Looks like despite all the back-and-forth about the future of Obamacare, companies remain steadfast in their committment to offering employees medical plans in the next year.
HR Career & Self-Care
Sexual harassment prevention training is generally not HR professionals’ favorite thing. Here are some guidelines to make the experience more useful for both management and employees — courtesy of guest poster Jimmy Lin, vice president of The Network.
Oh, yes. The survey gods have smiled down upon us once again.
Don’t be afraid: Technology is here to make finding new candidates easier.
When it comes to managing your company’s talent, are you on top of these four issues?
You’ll wince when you see where your precious time goes every day.
It’s no secret Obamacare hasn’t been well received by HR professionals. On the whole, they feel it adds unnecessary complexity and costs. But there may be a silver lining to the law.
It’s that wonderful time of the year — when HR pros have the pleasure of sifting through piles of resumes from recent college grads, fired up and ready to start their careers. But here’s the danger: There appears to be a giant disconnect between how HR people view Millennials — applicants between 19 and 26…
In these lean times, more and more employers turn to temporary employees. Guest poster Kelly Gregorio has some thoughts about how to make a temp program work best for you — and the people filling these critical slots.