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SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2018

Apple Latest Tech Company to Expand U.S. Operations, Add Jobs
?Apple is the latest tech giant to announce plans for a major expansion of its operations. It took a less hyped approach than Amazon in its search.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2018

Can a Worker Sue an Employer's Payroll Provider for Negligence?
A worker sued her former employer's payroll provider asserting claims for failure to pay wages in a timely manner and provide accurate wage statements. The California Supreme Court will soon decide whether the claims against the provider are permissible or if the worker's only remedy is to sue the employer.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2018

How Will California's New Governor Approach Workplace Bills?
Democratic Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom will be taking the reins of the California state government in January, and many employers are hoping that he will be more responsive to business needs because of his entrepreneurial background. Here's what California employers should know about the governor-elect.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2018

IRS Offers Relief for 2018 Taxes on Parking Benefits
The IRS clarified how employers can calculate the tax on qualified parking benefits that took effect this year. The guidance also provides some relief for tax-exempt organizations, which now must pay unrelated business income tax for parking benefits.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2018

Top 7 Benefits Articles for 2018
As the year winds down, here's a look back at some of SHRM Online's most-read articles about employee benefits this year, describing developments and trends that will have continuing impact in 2019.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2018

District of Columbia Workplace Labor and Employment Law Posters
District of Columbia workplace labor and employment law poster chart.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2018

Congress Passes Bill to Make Lawmakers Financially Liable for Harassment
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill Dec. 13 that would require members of Congress to pay for sexual-harassment settlements out of their own pockets. Some had feared such a requirement would discourage public service, but it got both chambers' stamps of approval as needed to deter harassment.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2018

6 Big Compensation Articles in 2018
The hot compensation topics for the year were reflected in these top-read articles from SHRM Online.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2018

Recruiting Scams Are on the Rise
Online recruiting scams have re-emerged to prey on job seekers and employers. The Better Business Bureau tracked more than 3,000 recruiting scams in the first 10 months of 2018.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

How Does Your Workplace Handle Crying at Work?
People cry at work for a variety of reasons. For both employees and managers, it's important to practice emotional intelligence and think before reacting.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

SHRM Introduces Specialty Credential in People Analytics
Earning the SHRM People Analytics Specialty Credential demonstrates that HR professionals have the foundational knowledge and analytics literacy to examine relevant, real-world business issues and effectively communicate data-supported recommendations to their organizations.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

13 Ways to Improve Written Warnings and Manage Employees Better
Written warnings are meant to help document employee behavior or performance problems, but they can fall short.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Crying at Work: How Does Your Culture Handle It?
People cry at work for a variety of reasons. For both employees and managers, it's important to practice emotional intelligence and think before reacting.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Career Resources and Tools for SHRM Members Really Work
?SHRM's career resources pages for SHRM members reflect the Society's commitment to advancing the HR profession and serving HR professionals through continuous improvement. These user-friendly, interactive tools help you meet your commitment to developing your career and helping your organization.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Emojis Deemed Harmless but Retaliation Claim Advances
A plaintiff who was fired a week after reporting unwanted advances could proceed with her retaliation claim.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Family of Practitioners Joins Family of SHRM Certification-Holders
?Patricia Clendening, SHRM-SCP, her husband, David, SHRM-CP, and son Christopher, SHRM-CP, work together in the HR consulting practice that she founded.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Veterans at Work Certificate Open for Registration
?The SHRM Foundation's new Veterans at Work Certificate Program is now open to all HR professionals. This free, educational program, sponsored by Comcast NBCUniversal, is part of the SHRM Foundation's commitment to building more-inclusive workplaces and focuses on best practices for attracting, hiring and retaining veterans.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Top 10 California HR News Articles for 2018
California HR professionals had to deal with quite a few changes in 2018. This year's most-read SHRM Online articles covered marijuana legalization, pay equity, background investigations and more.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

When Under Stress, Managers Reveal Their Dark Sides
Nearly 3,000 comments that workers made about their bosses reveal that, when under stress, their managers can be condescending, ridiculing and indecisive.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Why Are Workers Quitting Their Jobs in Record Numbers?
More U.S. workers are quitting their jobs than at any time since the numbers have been recorded. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that 3.5 million people—or 2.3 percent of the total workforce—left their jobs voluntarily in October, the most recent month for which data exists. Private-sector workers quit at a rate of 2.6 percent in October, up from 2.4 percent the previous year.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Workers Are Quitting Their Jobs in Record Numbers
More U.S. workers are quitting their jobs than at any time since the numbers have been recorded. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that 3.5 million people—or 2.3 percent of the total workforce—left their jobs voluntarily in October, the most recent month for which data exists. Private-sector workers quit at a rate of 2.6 percent in October, up from 2.4 percent the previous year.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2018

Year-End Tax Bill Modestly Expands Tuition and Retirement Benefits
Congress is considering a year-end tax-relief package that would further delay the Affordable Care Act "Cadillac tax," ease some regulations on retirement savings plans and expand the use of tax-exempt tuition benefits, although not as broadly as employer groups wanted.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

Year-End E-mail Scams Target Payroll Data
The holidays and tax season present opportunities for cyber thieves seeking to steal employee data, especially bank information relating to direct-deposit credentials.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

Viewpoint: How to Maximize HR Software-as-a-Service
The ability to build HR software-as-a-service (SAAS) offers unique possibilities, and at the same time can present distinct challenges that organizations should be aware of and plan for to minimize disruption.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

Viewpoint: FMLA Leave Can Affect Year-End Bonuses
Leave taken under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can affect incentive pay tied to attendance and productivity. Employers should understand how holiday pay and leaves law interact.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

Top 9 D&I Stories for 2018


SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

Top 9 Diversity and Inclusion Stories for 2018
Dealing with, and preventing, racism and harassment in the workplace were popular global and cultural effectiveness topics for our readers in 2018. Here are the top 10 stories from SHRM Online.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

Don't Fall for These Year-End E-Mail Scams Targeting Payroll Data
The holidays and tax season present opportunities for cyber thieves seeking to steal employee data, especially bank information relating to direct-deposit credentials.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

City Lawfully Declined to Promote Strict Captain
A female police captain denied promotion to major could not show gender discrimination because of her admitted strictness with subordinates and exacting views of right and wrong, a federal district court ruled.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

Job Abandonment Was Effective Defense to Wrongful Discharge Claim
An employee whose employer thought she had left her job and moved to another city because it appeared that she had cleaned out her desk and removed all of her personal items lost her claims of unlawful termination.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2018

On-Demand Pay Apps Are Catching On
More employers are providing workers with apps that let them cash out accrued earnings prior to payday. While instant access to earned pay is a popular perk, employers should set guidelines when making it available.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

Illinois Enacts Expansive Job Protections for Military Service Members
Effective Jan. 1, 2019, the rights of Illinois employees serving in the military will be governed by the Illinois Service Member Employment and Reemployment Rights Act.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

Pennsylvania High Court Says Businesses Must Safeguard Employee Data
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has drastically changed the data breach litigation landscape by holding that an employer has a common-law duty to use reasonable care to safeguard certain employee personal information.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

Putting Humanity into HR Compliance: Onboarding Shouldn't Be Like Boarding a Plane
New employee onboarding doesn't have to be an anxiety-filled yet mind-numbing parade of rules, regulations and paperwork. Columnist Jathan Janove tells how Oracle welcomes new employees by being engaging and efficient.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

2018's Wackiest Workplaces
?If you think where you work has its nutty moments, they may pale in comparison to what happened at some organizations in 2018.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

Allegations Target Executives' Inappropriate Behavior at Luxury U.K. Retailer
?Women are coming forward with allegations of unprofessional behavior at U.K. luxury fashion retailer Ted Baker, decrying the practice of "unwelcome hugging" and other inappropriate behavior.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

Delaware Adopts State WARN Act Expanding Lay-Off Notice Rules
Beginning Jan. 7, 2019, Delaware law will require certain employers doing business in the state to provide at least 60 days of advance notice about mass layoffs, plant closings and relocations.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

Helping Remote Workers Avoid Loneliness and Burnout
As more employees want to take advantage of flex and remote work options, organizations are accepting that this is how today's talent wants to work. Yet these practices can lead to burnout and loneliness. Here's how to avoid the negative aspects of a popular perk.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

Unwelcome Hugging Allegations Target U.K. Luxury Fashion Retailer
?Women are coming forward with allegations of unprofessional behavior at U.K. luxury fashion retailer Ted Baker, decrying the practice of "unwelcome hugging" and other inappropriate behavior.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2018

Your Career Q&A: Find a Job with Direct Research and Approach
Most job searchers upload their resume into countless databases and wait endlessly for a response. However, their resumes are likely lost among the thousands of other resumes posted in the same databases. For a lucky few, this tactic can work, but there are more-productive approaches for the serious professional.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2018

The 10 New Benefits Workers Want
Employers are offering new benefits to meet workers' changing demands, this video shows. Elder care resource services, disaster relief funds and advancement initiatives for women are among the benefits more employers offered in 2018.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2018

The New Benefits Workers Want
Employers are offering new benefits to meet workers' changing demands, this animated slideshow highlights. Elder care resource services, disaster relief funds and advancement initiatives for women are among the benefits more employers offered in 2018.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2018

Hiring Remains Strong as 2018 Nears End
U.S. employers added 155,000 jobs in November, falling below expectations but still a strong number in a banner year, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. More than 200,000 jobs have been added in four of the past six months, the unemployment rate held at a 49-year low of 3.7 percent for the third month in a row and wages stayed above 3 percent.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2018

Employee Didn't Agree to Arbitration Provision in Company Handbook
A former employee had not agreed to arbitrate employment disputes, even though the employee handbook contained a provision mandating arbitration, because the employee had not signed that page, a California appeals court ruled.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2018

Australia: Law Requiring Companies to Report on Modern Slavery Passed
The Australian government passed the Modern Slavery Act 2018, which requires all companies operating in Australia and meeting a threshold of AU$100 million in total annual global revenue to report annually on their efforts to address modern slavery.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2018

Spain: New Rights for Digital Times Created
A new Spanish data protection law provides digital rights to employees and employers, including workers' right to disconnect any digital devices and companies' entitlement to monitor the use of devices provided to employees.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2018

Restaurant Operations Director Advances Age-Discrimination Lawsuit
The director of operations for several McDonald's franchise restaurants can proceed with her age-bias lawsuit against the franchise owners, a California appellate court ruled. Although the owners claimed that they fired the plaintiff to save money in light of declining profits, a jury could find that this explanation is a pretext for unlawful discrimination, the court said.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2018

Educate Entry-Level Workers on Workplace Ethics
Teach the young adults starting their careers at your company about workplace ethics before they find themselves on the sharp end of the investigation spear and terminated for cause—not realizing why until it is too late.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2018

How to Manage Morale When a Well-Liked Employee Leaves
There are so many challenges when a popular member of your team hands in their resignation. As with most difficult situations as a manager, how you handle it will affect more people than just you. Your response will influence whether the person's departure becomes a typical bump in the road or the inflection point to a downward trend for your team.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2018

‘Best Companies for Dads' Spotlights Exemplary Support for Working Fathers
Organizations on Working Mother magazine's inaugural list of Best Companies for Dads are leaders in providing paternity leave, phased back-to-work programs, telecommuting opportunities and flexible schedules.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2018

USCIS Is Denying More Employment-Related Immigration Filings This Year
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) data show that the Trump administration's restrictive approach to employment-based immigration has resulted in a spike in denials of visa petitions and work authorization applications.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2018

USCIS Proposes Changes to H-1B Visa Lottery
?U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has proposed changing how each year's limited number of H-1B visa petitions are chosen. The agency wants to reverse current practice and hold a lottery first to randomly select applicants, then have employers file their petitions for visas.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2018

Why We Need to Simplify Work
The time is ripe to crush complexity and simplify work. But simplifying is not easy.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2018

4 Holiday-Party Considerations for Limiting Employer Liability
The holiday season is here, and many employers will host their annual year-end celebrations in the weeks to come. These events are generally meant to reward employees and foster camaraderie—but employers could be on the hook for holiday-party mishaps.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2018

An Overview of Puerto Rico Employment Law
The labor and employment field is highly regulated in Puerto Rico, and there are numerous statutes, regulations and judicial doctrines, as well as several constitutional provisions, that govern this matter.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2018

Fired Worker Advances Race-Bias Claim
A former employee could proceed on a claim that her employer treated her differently from other similarly situated employees on account of race when the employer decided to fire her.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2018

Just How Many Gig Workers Are There, Anyway?
Federal data show that about 1 percent of workers in the United States use apps and online platforms to find and perform gig work.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2018

Race Discrimination Claim Advances
A former employee could proceed on a claim that her employer treated her differently from other similarly situated employees on account of race when the employer decided to fire her.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

President Bush's Support Helped Make Americans with Disabilities Act a Reality
Before the ADA was enacted, the first question employers asked applicants was whether they had a disability. If the applicants did, they were shown the door.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

President George H.W. Bush Secured Bipartisan Support for Americans with Disabilities Act
Through President George H.W. Bush's bipartisan leadership, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted, and the workplace hasn't been the same.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Remember 3 Points About FMLA During the Holidays
To avoid an unwanted gift from the Department of Labor during the holiday season, employers should ensure that they properly administer Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leaves taken during company holidays.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Studies Weigh Effect of Choices on Gender-Wage Gap
Much of the pay gap between men and women results from women working fewer hours, taking more family leave and dropping out of the workforce for a year or more midcareer. Behind these choices are family obligations that still fall disproportionately to women.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Social Security Mismatch Notices to Resume
The Social Security Administration (SSA) recently announced that it will resume issuance of Employer Correction Request notices, commonly known as no-match letters, in spring 2019.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

HR Benchmarking Technology Is Faster, Easier to Use
Interested in seeing how your company compares to your competitors? There is a wealth of data at your disposal. Industry vendors are aggregating data from clients on topics such as compensation practices, turnover rates, time-to-fill open jobs and how HR functions are staffed.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

New Jersey Courts Raise Bar for Enforceable Arbitration Agreements
The New Jersey Appellate Division recently issued a decision adding yet another hurdle for employers in the Garden State to overcome in drafting and enforcing arbitration agreements.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Oregon Issues Final Rules on Equal Pay Law
The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries recently issued its final administrative rules relating to the state's equal pay law, which prohibits pay discrimination based on protected characteristics, as well as screening job applicants based on current or past compensation.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Employer's Offer to Revoke Discipline Was Not Retaliation
An employer's offer to withdraw attendance discipline if the plaintiff withdrew her equal employment opportunity complaint did not validate her discrimination and retaliation claims.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Family Obligations Widen Gender-Pay Gap, Research Suggests
Much of the pay gap between men and women results from women working fewer hours, taking more family leave and dropping out of the workforce for a year or more midcareer. Behind these choices are family obligations that still fall disproportionately to women.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

3 Points to Remember About FMLA During the Holidays
To avoid an unwanted gift from the Department of Labor during the holiday season, employers should ensure that they properly administer Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leaves taken during company holidays.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Challenge of Firearms Ban in Parking Lot Sent to Trial
A jury should decide whether an employer's parking lot access was sufficiently restricted for a Mississippi employer to ban firearms in locked vehicles, a federal district court decided.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Viewpoint: How To Avoid the Perils of Telework-Collaboration Tools
The utility and efficiency of online shared workspaces is undeniable. However, also undeniable is the inherent privacy risk that these collaboration tools create.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Viewpoint: Avoiding the Perils of Telework-Collaboration Tools
The utility and efficiency of online shared workspaces is undeniable. However, also undeniable is the inherent privacy risk that these collaboration tools create.

SHRM HR News
Dec 04, 2018

Your Career Q&A: When Bad Things Happen to Good People
Good times come and go in your career, just as the bad times do. Columnist Martin Yate advises job-seekers to surmount the barriers to getting a new job by changing their resume-writing and job-search tactics.

SHRM HR News
Dec 03, 2018

The Year End Is Prime Time for a Pay Equity Review
With heightened scrutiny applied to compensation decisions and new pay-equity laws in several states and localities, now is an ideal time for employers to evaluate their pay practices and correct any disparities.

SHRM HR News
Dec 03, 2018

The Year End Is Prime Time for a Pay-Equity Review
With heightened scrutiny applied to compensation decisions and new pay-equity laws in several states and localities, now is an ideal time for employers to evaluate their pay practices and correct any disparities.

SHRM HR News
Dec 03, 2018

Dartmouth Students Say Professors' Sexual Misconduct Affected Careers
Female students in Dartmouth College's psychology department have filed a lawsuit alleging that officials of the New Hampshire school didn't take appropriate measures to address sexual harassment, misconduct and sexual assault by three tenured professors.

SHRM HR News
Dec 03, 2018

IRS Extends Form 1095 Distribution Deadline to March 4
The IRS extended the Jan. 31, 2019, deadline for employers to distribute 2018 Forms 1095-C or 1095-B to employees by 30 days until March 4, 2019. Employers may still prefer to distribute the 1095 forms by Jan. 31, when W-2 tax forms are also due to employees.

SHRM HR News
Dec 03, 2018

Putting Humanity into HR Compliance: Consistency May Not Be Worth the Costs
During his years as an employment lawyer, columnist Jathan Janove sometimes felt HR professionals took an overly rigid approach to consistency. The question "What's consistent with policy and past practice?" would supplant "What's the right thing to do?"

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

Does This Law Apply to My Organization in Alabama?
Does this law apply in Alabama?

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

Driving Company Vehicle Didn't Make Commuting Time Compensable
Employees who drove company vehicles loaded with equipment and tools from home at the beginning of their workday and back home at the end of the day were not entitled to compensation for their commuting time, a California appellate court ruled.

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

Hong Kong: Is Compliance Enough to Protect Data?
Recent data leaks involving a Hong Kong-based airline's customer data—along with other alarming data leaks by social media platforms—have once again put data protection in the spotlight.

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

Complying with California's Suitable Seating Requirements
California employers may be required to provide seating for all workers—even customer-facing employees, such as cashiers, greeters and tellers—but the standard for suitable seating depends on the particular workplace's circumstances.

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

Amazon, PepsiCo Win HRM Impact Award
Amazon and PepsiCo are winners of the 2018 Human Resource Management Impact Award for their programs that address internal and global hiring needs.

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

HR Professionals Gear Up for Mandatory Anti-Harassment Training
Trainers who provide sexual-harassment-prevention courses are fielding more requests from California businesses looking to schedule training sessions that comply with a new state mandate.

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

Survey: Onboarding Programs Are Too Short
About 77 percent of onboarding programs among large employers in North America last just three months or less, with 38 percent reporting that their programs are only a week or less—much shorter than the 12 months many experts recommend.

SHRM HR News
Nov 30, 2018

Sexual Orientation Bias Claims Against Contractors Triple
Claims of sexual orientation discrimination against federal contractors more than tripled this year and gender identity discrimination claims doubled.

SHRM HR News
Nov 29, 2018

Questions Employers Should Ask About Genetic Testing
Employees are asking for their health plans to cover genetic tests that help with diagnostic or therapeutic decision-making, including tests being mass-marketed to consumers. These questions can help employees consider the costs, drawbacks and potential benefits of covering genetic tests.

SHRM HR News
Nov 29, 2018

Peer Support Strengthens Mental Health Offerings
In workplace peer-support programs, employees who have experienced mental and emotional health challenges help co-workers who are facing similar issues. It isn't meant to replace professional therapy but to let colleagues know they're not alone in dealing with addiction, depression and other issues.

SHRM HR News
Nov 29, 2018

Ontario: Bill 47 Repeals Amendments to the Employment Standards Act
The Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 (Bill 47) received Royal Assent and became law in Ontario. Bill 47 repeals many of the changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the Labor Relations Act, 1995 introduced last year.

SHRM HR News
Nov 29, 2018

13 Questions Employers Should Ask About Genetic Testing
Employees are asking for their health plans to cover genetic tests that help with diagnostic or therapeutic decision-making, including tests being mass-marketed to consumers. These questions can help employees consider the costs, drawbacks and potential benefits of covering genetic tests.

SHRM HR News
Nov 29, 2018

Apprenticeships Help People with Disabilities Enter Workforce
The U.S. Labor Department's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) is turning to apprenticeship programs to help job seekers with disabilities enter the workforce and employers fill much-needed positions.

SHRM HR News
Nov 29, 2018

Apprenticeships to Help People with Disabilities Enter Workforce
The U.S. Labor Department's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) is turning to apprenticeship programs to help job seekers with disabilities enter the workforce and employers fill much-needed positions.

SHRM HR News
Nov 29, 2018

Germany: Rules on Termination of Top Bank Managers May Be Eased
The German Ministry of Finance has proposed loosening the protection against dismissal for certain highly paid managers at banks.

SHRM HR News
Nov 29, 2018

Viewpoint: How to Conduct Layoffs With Heart
When you have to let employees go, leadership and coaching can help you do it with compassion.

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