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Oct 16, 2018

"The Jetsons" World Has Arrived, with Robots Screening Job Candidates
Recruiting job candidates involves tasks that some think are better performed by robots and other forms of artificial intelligence. But does removing the human element create other problems?

SHRM HR News
Oct 16, 2018

3 Workplace Safety Tips to Prepare for a Natural Disaster in California
Natural disasters can hit at any time, and California employers need to be prepared—and help their workers be ready as well. Here are some tips for employers on how to handle workplace safety, plan for emergencies and give workers information about government assistance after a disaster.

SHRM HR News
Oct 16, 2018

Employees the Focus of Next-Gen HR Service Technology
Employee experience platforms have created a buzz in the human resources technology industry, but what exactly are these systems, and what new benefits can they deliver? Employee experience platforms are software or online portals that help employees find basic HR information on their own—letting HR provide higher-level service and boosting employees' perceptions of HR and the company.

SHRM HR News
Oct 16, 2018

Kentucky Court Rejects Mandatory Employment Arbitration Agreement
The Federal Arbitration Act doesn't pre-empt a state law that prohibits employers from requiring workers to waive, arbitrate or reduce their statutory rights as a condition of employment, according to the Kentucky Supreme Court. If the decision is appealed, however, it is not expected to withstand U.S. Supreme Court scrutiny.

SHRM HR News
Oct 16, 2018

New Jersey's Paid-Sick-Leave Poster Is Available
New Jersey officials have released the required notice that must be posted and distributed to all New Jersey employees under the state's paid-sick-leave law, which takes effect Oct. 29. Here are seven answers to frequently asked questions about the posting and distribution requirements.

SHRM HR News
Oct 15, 2018

4 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Violence in the Workplace
Businesses have a duty to provide employees with a safe workplace. So they should be prepared to handle threats of violence, particularly since workplace homicides are on the rise.

SHRM HR News
Oct 15, 2018

Reducing the Risk of Violence in the Workplace
Businesses have a duty to provide employees with a safe workplace. So they should be prepared to handle threats of violence, particularly since workplace homicides are on the rise.

SHRM HR News
Oct 15, 2018

Religious Exception Didn't Apply to Fired Dean's Contract Claim
The "ministerial exception" to civil rights laws for religious institutions didn't apply to a breach of employment contract claim brought by a fired seminary dean, a California appellate court ruled.

SHRM HR News
Oct 15, 2018

Starbucks' New Benefits Help Parents and Caregivers
The coffee chain is joining a small group of employers that subsidize backup child and adult care services. More commonly, organizations are helping workers with caregiver referrals and resources.

SHRM HR News
Oct 15, 2018

That Slasher Costume? Leave It at Home
If you are planning a costume party at work, be sure to lay down the rules of the game ahead of time: No costumes that are sexually explicit, make fun of someone's race or religion, or that are too gruesome.

SHRM HR News
Oct 15, 2018

Walmart Not Liable for Employee's Off-Duty Sexual Assault
A Walmart employee who was sexually assaulted by a co-worker after work hours and outside of the workplace could not proceed with her claims that Walmart negligently hired and retained the co-worker, a California appeals court ruled.

SHRM HR News
Oct 15, 2018

Your Career Q&A: How to Transfer to a New Industry
There is a real challenge in shifting from one sector of the professional world to another, because the contexts in which your skills are applied can be vastly different. Get to know the industry you want to join and use the language that it speaks in your resume to show how your current skills support your desired job.

SHRM HR News
Oct 13, 2018

Ban the Box Laws by State and Municipality
A chart of ban the box laws by state.

SHRM HR News
Oct 12, 2018

2019 Payroll Taxes Will Hit Higher Incomes
Starting Jan. 1, 2019, the maximum earnings that will be subject to the Social Security payroll tax will increase to $132,900. Before the start of new year, U.S. employers should adjust their payroll systems to account for the higher taxable wage base and notify affected employees that more of their paycheck will be subject to payroll withholding.

SHRM HR News
Oct 12, 2018

Direct Contracting with Health Providers Can Lower Costs
Self-insured employers can negotiate directly with local health care providers to lock in reasonable pricing for health services because expecting employees to comparison shop isn't working, according to health-benefit managers.

SHRM HR News
Oct 12, 2018

Mexico: New Government Presents Employment Reform Proposals
The new Mexican administration has set out details of its proposed employment reforms, including access to training, promoting collective bargaining and an increased minimum wage.

SHRM HR News
Oct 12, 2018

EU States Have Until 2020 to Implement Revised Workplace Directive
To protect worker pay, the European Union (EU) has revised a rule that seeks to put workers temporarily assigned to foreign countries within the EU on par with local workers.

SHRM HR News
Oct 12, 2018

Head Off Revenge with Culture of Respect
Employees do settle workplace scores by getting revenge. Payback can extend to supervisors, vendors and suppliers. And it can get ugly.

SHRM HR News
Oct 12, 2018

Head Off Revenge with R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Employees do settle workplace scores by getting revenge. Payback can extend to supervisors, vendors and suppliers. And it can get ugly.

SHRM HR News
Oct 12, 2018

What Managers Need to Know About the FMLA
Failure to understand their role in Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) compliance efforts may be why managers so often fail to alert HR to employees' FMLA leave requests and intermittent leave misuse. HR can help get them up to speed.

SHRM HR News
Oct 12, 2018

Russia: Retirement Age Increased and Age Discrimination Law Passed
The Russian president has signed legislation that raises the retirement age in Russia and introduces criminal liability for unreasonably refusing to hire a person of pre-retirement age or unreasonably dismissing such a person.

SHRM HR News
Oct 11, 2018

The Role of HR in Cybersecurity
Every year in October, in observance of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), SHRM senior IT security specialist Robert Chavez shares his passion for security and privacy. In coordinating activities and scheduling events highlighting cybersecurity, he's reminded of the vital role that HR plays as his partner.

SHRM HR News
Oct 11, 2018

Resume-Writing Essentials: Introduce Yourself with a Powerful Headline
?When hiring managers spend only a few seconds reviewing each resume they receive, you have to make those seconds count by instantly communicating who you are and the value you bring to an organization. Accomplish that with resume headlines.

SHRM HR News
Oct 11, 2018

Recertification Q&A: Does This Activity Count?
Have questions about recertifying your SHRM credential? The SHRM recertification team answers them here. In this edition, the team addresses how to determine if professional development activities count for recertification and how many credits must be entered for each of the three recertification categories.

SHRM HR News
Oct 11, 2018

Try Harassment Audits as a Change Agent
Harassment audits—a combination of culture surveys, identification of harassment risk factors and recommended changes—can help employers weed out inappropriate conduct.

SHRM HR News
Oct 11, 2018

Update on SHRM Specialty Credentials
?Earlier this year, SHRM Education launched two new specialty credential programs, California Employment Law and Talent Acquisition, and a new credential will be introduced in People Analytics by the end of 2018.

SHRM HR News
Oct 11, 2018

English-Only Policies in California Are Tough to Justify
California employers need to make sure they're complying with strict new regulations governing English-only policies and national-origin discrimination.

SHRM HR News
Oct 11, 2018

'Inclusion at Work' Framework Helps HR Empower All
?During National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), HR professionals around the country can find help building inclusive workplaces and make this year's theme, America's Workforce: Empowering All, a reality.

SHRM HR News
Oct 10, 2018

Amazon's Wage Hike Comes with Strings
Amazon workers in the U.S.—full-time, part-time, temporary and seasonal—will earn at least $15 an hour starting on Nov. 1, 2018. But there's a catch or two, critics are pointing out. Amazon will pay for the wage hike by eliminating monthly bonuses and stock awards for warehouse workers and other hourly employees.

SHRM HR News
Oct 10, 2018

Creating a High-Performing Culture is About Removing Burdens
The concept of "empowerment" implies "power" is something to be bestowed on others from on high. How to create a culture that gives every employee the authority to do their best work.

SHRM HR News
Oct 10, 2018

New York Issues Final Guidance on Sexual-Harassment Policies
New York employers must comply with a recently enacted an anti-sexual-harassment law that includes stringent requirements for workplace anti-harassment policies and training. A key component of the new law went into effect Oct. 9 and requires every employer in the state to establish a sexual-harassment prevention policy.

SHRM HR News
Oct 10, 2018

Putting Humanity into HR Compliance: Down with Documentation
Documenting behavior and performance problems can be a chore--and a liability when not done correctly. Does this mean never put anything in writing? No, says columnist Jathan Janove. It means shifting your purpose from "covering yourself" to promoting promote clarity and understanding.

SHRM HR News
Oct 10, 2018

TPS Recipients Keep Right to Work for Now
?Around 250,000 foreign nationals—including significant portions of the labor force in construction and hospitality—were given temporary reprieve from approaching deportation deadlines. U.S. District Court Judge Edward Chen in San Francisco ordered the Trump administration to halt its plans to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for individuals from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

New York Supplement: Table of Contents
New York employee handbook resources provided by XpertHR.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

Paltry Pay Raises? The Money May Be Going to Benefits
To hire good workers and keep them happy, U.S. employers appear to be relying on benefits, such as bonuses and vacation time, more than on salary increases.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

Excessive Absenteeism Unprotected Under FMLA and ADA
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) claims following an employee's termination when there was unprotected, excessive absenteeism.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

Employee Could Not Establish FMLA Interference Before She Was Eligible
?An employee who was fired when she was a month shy of having 12 months of service with her employer could not bring a Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) claim for interference with her request for two weeks of medical leave.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

DOL Extends PAID Pilot Program
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced a six-month extension of its Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) program.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

California Employers: Be Prepared for These New Workplace Laws
California lawmakers considered a number of workplace-related bills this session, and Gov. Jerry Brown had until the end of September to sign or veto bills. Here's what employers need to know about new laws that will take effect in 2019 and vetoed bills that may resurface.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

California Enacts Two Laws to Combat Human Trafficking
Two new California laws are meant to combat human trafficking by requiring training and notice postings. The new laws apply to businesses in various industries that may be particularly vulnerable to human trafficking. Here's what employers should know.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

Be Intentional About Your Career Development
At the SHRM Leadership Development Forum, attendees found out it pays to be thoughtful and intentional about their careers. Don't sit back and wait for good things to happen.

SHRM HR News
Oct 09, 2018

Your Career Q&A: Managing the Stress of a Layoff, Job-Hunting
When you are used to working with purpose and commitment, being without a job is a terrible blow to the ego. But there are some things you can do now to help manage the stress while you work to find your next job

SHRM HR News
Oct 08, 2018

Does This Law Apply to My Organization in Tennessee?
Tennessee: does this law apply?

SHRM HR News
Oct 08, 2018

Does This Law Apply to My Organization in Utah?
Utah: does this law apply?

SHRM HR News
Oct 08, 2018

Does This Law Apply to My Organization in Delaware?
Delaware: does this law apply?

SHRM HR News
Oct 08, 2018

Labor and Employment Law Overview: Delaware
Deleware labor and employment law overview provided by XpertHR.

SHRM HR News
Oct 08, 2018

Labor and Employment Law Overview: Tennessee
Tennessee labor and employment law overview provided by XpertHR.

SHRM HR News
Oct 08, 2018

Labor and Employment Law Overview: Utah
Utah labor and employment law overview provided by XpertHR.

SHRM HR News
Oct 06, 2018

What Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Confirmation Means For Employers
The U.S. Senate has confirmed Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court after weeks of controversy. Here's an overview of how he has ruled on workplace issues.

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

U.S. Unemployment Drops to Lowest Rate in 50 Years
Unemployment in the U.S. fell to 3.7 percent in September—the lowest since 1969, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The low jobless rate, down from 3.9 percent in August, is further evidence of a strong economy—employers added 134,000 new jobs in September, extending the longest continuous jobs expansion on record at 96 months. The continued gains run counter to economists' expectations for a significant slowdown in hiring as the labor market tightens.

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

What Type of Leader Are You?
You don't have to stick to just one leadership style; in fact, it's better if you don't, attendees of the Society for Human Resource Management Leadership Development Forum learned from speaker Karlyn Borysenko.

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

Thriving on Change
Brigette McInnis-Day spoke to SHRM Online about leading an HR transformation, as well as personal passions such as championing workplace culture and pushing for more diversity among high-level leaders.

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

Ontario: Government Announces Repeal of Sweeping Employment Law Changes
Ontario's new Conservative government announced that it is planning to repeal employment law legislation.

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

Must Independent Truck Drivers Arbitrate Workplace Claims?
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Oct. 3 in a dispute about whether businesses can enforce arbitration agreements made with long-haul truck drivers who are classified as independent contractors.

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

India: Recent Developments Will Affect Diversity in the Workplace
Four key recent developments in Indian employment law will impact diversity and inclusiveness policies of companies operating in India.

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

Cross-Border Visas Survive NAFTA Negotiations
Visas for professionals from Canada and Mexico to work in the United States will be kept in the treaty taking the place of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

Can Robots Replace Humans? Just Ask Elon Musk
In the latest phase of the Industrial Revolution, robots and humans are working together, each to their strengths, and learning from the failures of leaders who bought into automation too soon and too fast.

SHRM HR News
Oct 05, 2018

Can Technology Improve Diversity in Hiring?
There's still much work to do to eliminate bias in hiring, but one thing's for sure—technology will play a key role in getting there, says Jeanette Maister, a global talent acquisition leader with extensive experience in recruiting technology and hiring for diversity.

SHRM HR News
Oct 04, 2018

New Jersey Workplace Labor and Employment Law Posters
New Jersey workplace labor and employment law poster chart.

SHRM HR News
Oct 04, 2018

One Year After #MeToo and 'Weinstein Effect': What's Changed?
Nearly one-third of 1,034 executives said they have changed their behaviors to avoid doing something that could be perceived as sexual harassment, according to new research from the Society for Human Resource Management.

SHRM HR News
Oct 04, 2018

IRS Retirement Plan Corrections Are Going Paperless
Next year, the top program for filing retirement plan corrections with the IRS is going exclusively digital. In January, the Voluntary Correction Program (VCP) will begin accepting employers' applications to correct retirement plan errors and filing-fee payments through the pay.gov website. Starting April 1, all VCP submissions must be made via the website.

SHRM HR News
Oct 04, 2018

Employees Seek Personalized Perks During Open Enrollment
Employees' desire for benefits tailored to their own needs is changing the mix of offerings this open-enrollment season and leading HR managers to customize their benefits communications.

SHRM HR News
Oct 04, 2018

Relocation Management Providers Go Digital
Relocation management companies (RMCs)—the firms that companies hire to manage the logistics of employee relocation and keep costs under control—largely stayed out of the technology revolution that swept through the human resources industry.

SHRM HR News
Oct 04, 2018

Race-Bias Claim Can Proceed Under Continuing Violation Theory
An employee can bring a discrimination complaint based on allegations that happened outside of the limitations period if those claims illustrate an employer's long-standing practice of tolerating racial hostility, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee held.

SHRM HR News
Oct 03, 2018

New York Workplace Labor and Employment Law Posters
New York workplace labor and employment law poster chart.

SHRM HR News
Oct 03, 2018

Confidence Is the 'Missing Ingredient' for Female Leaders
Lack of confidence is a critical issue for both women and men, but it tends to be more pronounced for women, said Claire Shipman, senior national correspondent of "Good Morning America" and opening keynote speaker of the Society for Human Resource Management's Leadership Development Forum. Women tend to underestimate their qualifications and abilities, while men tend to overestimate theirs.

SHRM HR News
Oct 03, 2018

Is Your Organization Limiting High-Potential Women?
How to make changes to the work environment so women can excel.

SHRM HR News
Oct 03, 2018

Fired Auditor Gets Trial on FMLA Retaliation Claim
An employee who was fired after returning from medical leave and unsuccessfully applying for a position she previously held can go to trial on her retaliation claim under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.

SHRM HR News
Oct 03, 2018

Butcher Can Keep Jury Award in Same-Sex Harassment Case
A butcher who said he was sexually assaulted multiple times by other male butchers at a grocery store proved his sexual-harassment claim by showing that male and female workers were treated differently, the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.

SHRM HR News
Oct 03, 2018

Amazon Workers Will Soon Earn $15 an Hour
Amazon announced on Oct. 2 that it is raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour for all employees in the United States. The increase comes as retailers struggle to fill jobs and worker advocates join the "fight for $15" in cities around the world to push for higher wages in fast-food, retail, home health care and other low-wage industries.

SHRM HR News
Oct 03, 2018

Working for a Horrible HR Boss
Whether they are mean or just incompetent, bad bosses can make work miserable. And they can be even worse when they're in HR. Here's how to approach them, how to know when it's time to go to their bosses, and how to know when it's time to look for a new job.

SHRM HR News
Oct 02, 2018

Your Career Q&A: How to Break in to a New Industry
Some companies are so big, they will almost always need someone with your skills and experience. You need to catch the right person at the right time. Best-selling author and former career coach Martin Yate explains how to do that.

SHRM HR News
Oct 02, 2018

Supreme Court Preview: Workplace Issues Are on the Docket
The U.S. Supreme Court started a new term Oct. 1 and immediately jumped into oral argument in an age-discrimination case. The high court will also hear arguments in an arbitration case later this week. Here are the key issues on the docket this term that may shape workplace policies and practices.

SHRM HR News
Oct 02, 2018

Can Tech Tools, Incentives and Advice Inspire Health Care Shopping?
Health care consumerism has mostly failed, but that's not the end of the story. If employers provide tools and advice that helps their workers to be cost-conscious consumers before they establish a relationship with a health care provider, employees will be more price-sensitive when selecting a doctor, hospital or out-patient clinic.

SHRM HR News
Oct 02, 2018

Put Recognition in Your Employees' Hands
The importance of recognizing employees for their good acts has never been lost on HR leaders, but new research shows that meaningful recognition may be more important than ever in retaining top employees and keeping pace with competitors.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Labor and Employment Law Overview: Rhode Island
Rhode Island labor and employment law overview provided by XpertHR.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Labor and Employment Law Overview: South Carolina
South Carolina labor and employment law overview provided by XpertHR.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Labor and Employment Law Overview: South Dakota
South Dakota labor and employment law overview provided by XpertHR.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Does This Law Apply to My Organization in Rhode Island?
Rhode Island: does this law apply?

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Does This Law Apply to My Organization in South Carolina?
South Carolina: does this law apply?

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Does This Law Apply to My Organization in South Dakota?
South Dakota: does this law apply?

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Do Counteroffers Make Sense?
Countering a competitor's offer won't keep an employee for long if other issues aren't resolved. Employers can take these steps to ensure that they are making the strongest possible case for keeping an employee.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

House Passes Family Savings Act to Ease Retirement Plan Rules
The U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve the Family Savings. The bill, which packages together several proposals to ease compliance burdens for employer-sponsored retirement plans and promote retirement savings, is similar to a bill awaiting a Senate vote. Advocates hope that Congress will pass legislation reconciling the two measures by year-end.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

How to Help Your Team Manage Grunt Work
If someone you manage is complaining to you about the amount of day-to-day tasks they have, you need to figure out a way to help them get over their frustration and see that everyone on the team has grunt work they have to do, and also learn to manage their time so that they don't short-change higher-value activities.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

New HR Roles Created for the Future Workplace
Workplace futurist Jeanne Meister recently wrote that new HR roles are emerging as companies leverage artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace. HR is bound to undergo a significant shift as new technologies like AI automate work activity, displace occupations and create demand for a range of new skills and job roles.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Transforming Your Culture: Lessons from Papa John's
An organization's leader must set the cultural tone, but HR has a vital role in putting forward what the culture should be, said Papa John's former CEO Nigel Travis. That includes a responsibility to bring the importance of diversity and inclusion to the top leader's attention if it's not on his or her radar.

SHRM HR News
Oct 01, 2018

Uber Drivers Must Individually Arbitrate Misclassification Claims
Uber Technologies can force drivers who signed arbitration agreements to bring their employment-related claims individually in arbitration rather than as a class action in court, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

Minimum Wage Rates by State and Municipality
A chart of minimum wage rates by state and municipality.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

Fired California Aircraft Salesman Gets Trial
A salesman who was allegedly fired for complaining that he had not received all of his earned commissions could bring wrongful termination and retaliation claims to trial, a federal court in California ruled.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

IRS Answers Questions on Paid Family Leave Tax Credit
New IRS guidance answers employers' questions about the tax credit businesses can take, beginning this year, when they give eligible employees paid family and medical leave. Employers who set up or amend existing paid family leave programs by Dec. 31, 2018, can claim the credit retroactive to the beginning of the 2018 tax year.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

Drive Team Performance Using Organizational Transformation
The organization that learns fastest is the one that wins. This requires the capability to rapidly test a hypothesis, uncover insights and implement lessons. Building internal processes that streamline roles and responsibilities is key, as is removing unnecessary complexities.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

Canada: The Path to Cannabis Legalization
There have been significant changes over the past several months to the path for legalizing recreational cannabis in Canada. Here's what employers should know.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

California Employer Waived Right to Compel Arbitration
An employer that participated in a former employee's wrongful termination lawsuit in court for almost two years before seeking arbitration of the claims waived its right to compel arbitration, a California appellate court ruled.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

What Workplace Measures Will Be on the Ballot Nov. 6?
As citizens cast their votes during the midterm elections in November, some will have the opportunity to weigh in on state-law issues like marijuana legalization and minimum-wage hikes. Here's a preview of what is on some state ballots.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

What Workplace Measures Will Be on the Ballot?
As citizens cast their votes during the midterm elections in November, some will have the opportunity to weigh in on state-law issues like marijuana legalization and minimum-wage hikes. Here's a preview of what is on some state ballots.

SHRM HR News
Sep 28, 2018

Singapore Keeps Older Employees Working
Singapore employers need to keep their senior employees around for longer because the workforce is aging. Here's an explanation of employers' options under the Retirement and Re-Employment Act.

SHRM HR News
Sep 27, 2018

Recertification Q&A: Recertification Date, Consultant Credits
Have questions about recertifying your SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP credential? Twice a month, the SHRM Certification team will answer some of the frequently asked questions they receive from certification holders. This month, they discuss how to determine your recertification date and whether consultants can earn recertification credits on the job.

SHRM HR News
Sep 27, 2018

What Independent-Contractor Tests Apply in California
Federal law doesn't pre-empt a California test that is used to determine whether workers are employees or independent contractors under state law, but different tests may be used depending on the nature of a claim.

SHRM HR News
Sep 27, 2018

My Effort to Earn the SHRM-SCP Really Paid Off
?Nida Kirati already had 20 years of experience in HR and operations management when she accepted a position that, for the first time in her career, focused solely on HR. Kirati's plans for advancement were stymied, however, when her HR qualifications were questioned—also for the first time in her career. We talked to Kirati, who became SHRM certified early in 2018, about her successful efforts to regain career momentum.

SHRM HR News
Sep 27, 2018

New USCIS Deportation Policy Will Not Apply to Employment Cases
A controversial new policy will not be used for employment cases, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced. The updated policy allows USCIS to start removal proceedings for people whose visa status application or petition has been denied and who, because of that denial, are now in the U.S. unlawfully.

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