The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sees healthcare reform as a deeply flawed law, and it’s going to do its part to see that it gets changed.
Human Resource Management
Social media has become a fact of life in many companies’ recruiting — and screening — process.
What are the key ingredients in job satisfaction? A new poll reveals some intriguing differences in the views of employees vs. the views of HR professionals.
The I-9 form is about to undergo some major changes. But the $64,000 question on every HR pros’ mind: When?
As you know, employee engagement is an important factor in how well organizations function. But how important is it, really? Joe Wedgwood of The Happiness Index answers that question using the latest research on engagement — and he provides some helpful tips on how to improve engagement in your organization.
Just three percent of employers currently offer student loan repayment benefits. But based on a number of reliable factors, that number may skyrocket in the not so distant future.
Following an array of state and local paid leave laws and loud calls from employers and prominent business groups, Congress has introduced a bill to make paid leave on a federal level a reality. But the legislation probably isn’t what HR pros were expecting.
Social media — and all its HR headaches — is here to stay. But there’s a bigger problem than that: The legal system is awash with conflicting case law on what your people can and can’t do on the Internet.
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