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SHRM HR News
Dec 22, 2023

Labor Secretary's Nomination Returned to White House
The U.S. Senate sent Acting Labor Secretary Julie Su's nomination back to the White House on Dec. 20 after she didn't receive enough support to be confirmed this year.

SHRM HR News
Dec 22, 2023

Washington State Adopts Wildfire Smoke Regulations
On Dec. 14, the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) finalized and adopted new rules focused on protecting workers from wildfire smoke hazards that will take effect on Jan. 15, 2024.

SHRM HR News
Dec 21, 2023

Whole Foods Ban on Black Lives Matter Logo Is Lawful, NLRB Judge Rules
Whole Foods can continue its practice of disciplining workers for wearing Black Lives Matter (BLM) logos at work. An administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled on Dec. 20 that wearing BLM apparel wasn't legally protected activity because it wasn't directly connected to an effort to improve employees' working conditions.

SHRM HR News
Dec 21, 2023

US Weekly Jobless Claims: 205K
States reported that 205,000 workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Dec. 16, an increase of 2,000 from the previous week's revised level. The weekly claims are consistent with a low level of layoffs. Over the past two years, the unemployment rate has remained under 4 percent, despite high interest rates and inflation.

SHRM HR News
Dec 21, 2023

Ask HR: What Resources Are Available for Helping Workers Learn English?
What assistance is available for employers that want to help their workers learn English? Can any employer run a credit check on potential employees? SHRM President and Chief Executive Officer Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.

SHRM HR News
Dec 21, 2023

DOL Proposes Rule Rescinding Expansion of Association Health Plans
The U.S. Department of Labor this week proposed a rule that would reverse a regulation put forward during the Trump administration designed to expand the formation and use of association health plans.

SHRM HR News
Dec 20, 2023

Did You See This? 2023 News That Caught Our Eye
We've collected some of the heart-warming and offbeat workplace stories published in 2023 that exemplified the ingenuity, compassion and creativity of people—and sometimes the quirkiness of the workplace. Read on for some of those stories.

SHRM HR News
Dec 20, 2023

FAQs Address Updates to California Sick and Safe Leave
On Dec. 12, California's Labor Commissioner revised its FAQs to address changes that will occur on Jan. 1, 2024, to the Healthy Workplaces Healthy Families Act (HWHFA), the statewide paid sick and safe leave law.

SHRM HR News
Dec 20, 2023

Jury Awards $41M in Discrimination, Wrongful Termination Case
A nurse recently won a $41 million jury verdict in her discrimination and wrongful termination lawsuit against Kaiser Permanente, a health care provider based in Oakland, Calif.

SHRM HR News
Dec 20, 2023

IE&D in 2023: Affirmative Action, ‘Woke' Backlash and Employment Gains for People with Disabilities
In 2023, inclusion, equity and diversity (IE&D) withstood several blows that threatened its existence, including the reversal of affirmative action and the rise of the anti-IE&D movement. Here are the different ways IE&D influenced the workplace.

SHRM HR News
Dec 20, 2023

New Laws Took Root in California in 2023
A slew of new laws and regulations sprang up in California this year, so employers need to pay careful attention to the changes to remain compliant.

SHRM HR News
Dec 20, 2023

Strikes and NLRB Decisions Transform Labor Relations in 2023
This year was marked by big strikes by autoworkers, health care workers, teachers, and Hollywood actors and writers. It also saw major decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that will affect employers' legal obligations with respect to unions.

SHRM HR News
Dec 20, 2023

Supreme Court, NLRB Decisions Changed Employment Law in 2023
The U.S. Supreme Court and federal agencies altered employment law in 2023, prompting HR professionals to review and revise their handbooks. The U.S. Supreme Court, in particular, dismantled affirmative action in college admissions, despite the support of many companies for affirmative action, and fortified the standard for religious accommodations.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

Global Mobility, Pay Transparency Dominate News in 2023
Global mobility was overwhelmingly the most popular theme among the most-read global HR articles on SHRM Online in 2023.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

Global Mobility, Pay Transparency Predominated in 2023
Global mobility was overwhelmingly the most popular theme among the most read global HR articles on SHRM Online in 2023.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

Court Denies New Trial Despite Jury Instruction Error Defining ‘Qualified'
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently found a plaintiff suffered no prejudice to her discrimination and failure-to-accommodate claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and therefore refused to order a new trial.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

Best Practices for Achieving Engagement Among Super Users
Technology is ubiquitous. It's also continually changing, with new applications emerging daily. It can be difficult for even the most experienced and passionate IT professionals to stay up-to-date. That's where super users can come in. Super users are employees who are passionate about technology and willing to use their time to learn, train and assist others.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

‘Healthy' Pay Raises on Tap for 2024
Employers are reaching their 2024 salary consensus, and it's a good one for employees: They will be handing out competitive pay bumps, especially as their workforce continues to grapple with high costs of living.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

Overtime Complaint Was Sufficient by Alleging over 40 Hours Worked Each Week
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a federal district court decision finding that a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime claim did not provide the required level of detail to survive a motion to dismiss.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

How Retailers Can Support Wage and Hour Compliance During the Holidays
During the holidays, it's important to continue compliance with wage and hour laws. Here are common areas where violations may occur.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

Report: Long Work Hours Lead to Burnout, Not Productivity
Your employees may be putting in time beyond the normal workday, but that doesn't mean they're more productive, a new global survey found. Meeting fatigue and the relentless tide of email cut into the time workers have for focusing on their tasks.

SHRM HR News
Dec 19, 2023

Viewpoint: Turn Annual Performance Reviews into Humble Encounters
Performance reviews can be awkward encounters for both the manager and the employee. Transform the experience by expressing humility and change monologues into dialogues, with greater learning and improvement as a result.

SHRM HR News
Dec 18, 2023

Immigration Fees Final Rule Expected in April
The Biden administration in 2024 intends to release its delayed plan to increase immigration fees, update the H-2A and H-2B seasonal worker programs, and initiate the...

SHRM HR News
Dec 18, 2023

Lamborghini Adopts Four-Day Workweek for Production Employees
Lamborghini, the luxury automaker, has agreed with its union to adopt a four-day workweek for its production employees, a historic agreement that reduces hours without cutting wages.

SHRM HR News
Dec 18, 2023

Report: Geopolitical Tensions Among 2024 Security Concerns
?Global unrest will be a significant security concern in 2024, contributing to employee anxiety, according to a new report from International SOS.

SHRM HR News
Dec 18, 2023

Microsoft Will Be Neutral if Workers Try to Unionize in AI Era
Microsoft agreed to neutrality on unionization should its employees seek to unionize, announcing that the company and the AFL-CIO would work together on artificial intelligence issues.

SHRM HR News
Dec 18, 2023

California's Labor Commissioner Publishes Updated Wage Theft Notice
California has published a template for employers to use to provide notice to employees about paid leave and disaster declarations.

SHRM HR News
Dec 15, 2023

BLS: Growth in Total Compensation Costs Kicks Up
The amount that employers spent on total employee compensation grew at a faster rate in the third quarter of the year than in the second, according to new figures out today.

SHRM HR News
Dec 15, 2023

Congress Passes Defense Spending Package with New Limits on IE&D Initiatives
Congress passed a defense authorization bill on Dec. 14 that funds the military and foreign aid, including large raises for members of the armed forces. But the bill has new limits on spending for inclusion, equity and diversity (IE&D) initiatives.

SHRM HR News
Dec 15, 2023

4 Signs Your HR Function Is More Compliance-Based than Strategic
What factors separate a compliance-based HR function from one that operates more strategically? A significant differentiator is how HR purchases, deploys and governs new technologies.

SHRM HR News
Dec 15, 2023

Ask HR: Do Employers Have to Get Parents' Consent to Drug-Test Minor Workers?
Do employers need to ask parents for permission to perform drug tests on workers who are underage? When does part-time work becme full-time employment? SHRM President and Chief Executive Officer Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.

SHRM HR News
Dec 15, 2023

Employee's Job Transfer May Have Been Age Discrimination
A trial court erred in dismissing an employee's age bias claim before trial, a California appeals court recently ruled. The man's employer claimed he voluntarily accepted a new position during a corporate reorganization, but there was evidence to support the employee's claim that he was involuntarily demoted.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

California Imposes Demographic Reporting Rule on Venture Capital Firms
California Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed into law Senate Bill 54, which requires venture capital firms to collect and report demographic information about the founding team members of the businesses in which they invest.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

Cigna, Humana Merger Scrapped
?Cigna clled off its plans to form what was called a "blockbuster" partnership with Humana, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing a cool reception to the plan from Cigna stockholders and the two health insurers' inability to agree on financial terms.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

Colorado Releases Pay Transparency Rules
The Colorado Department of Labor Employment (CDLE) issued the final equal pay transparency rules, which seek to clarify the Colorado Ensure Equal Pay for Equal Work Act.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

NLRB Establishes Faster Time Frame for Union Elections
A new federal rule requiring quicker union elections will take effect on Dec. 26. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued the final rule on Aug. 24 to shorten the union election time frame that was established four years ago.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

Oklahoma Governor Signs Anti-IE&D Law, Compromising IE&D Efforts Statewide
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed an executive order on Dec. 13 that requires all state agencies and public colleges to report how much they spend on inclusion, equity and diversity (IE&D) programs. At least one major higher education institution in Oklahoma plans to shut down its IE&D office entirely in light of the news.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

IRS Boosts Mileage Rate for 2024
The IRS is raising the standard mileage rate by 1.5 cents per mile for 2024.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

Indeed's Pay-per-Application Pricing to End Dec. 18
Indeed's pay-per-application pricing model is no more. The global jobs site has confirmed to SHRM Online and various other outlets that it will no longer offer pay-per-application pricing beginning Dec. 18.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

US Weekly Jobless Claims: 202K
States reported that 202,000 workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Dec. 9, a decrease of 19,000 from the previous week's revised level. The weekly claims are consistent with a low level of layoffs. Over the past two years, the unemployment rate has been under 4 percent, despite high interest rates and inflation.

SHRM HR News
Dec 14, 2023

Viewpoint: Employers Have Rights Too
Daily headlines trumpet multimillion-dollar awards for employers' violations of a variety of state and federal employment laws. But equally deserving of attention are cases where employers won.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2023

Don't Blame the Messenger
Your organization's executive leadership just announced a new initiative that you'll be responsible for sharing with your team—and you know it won't go down well. Even...

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2023

DOL Requires Federal Contractors to Hire Predecessor's Workers
On Dec. 13, the U.S. Department of Labor released a final rule aimed at retaining workers when federal contracts shift. The workers on a federal contract will have the right of first refusal to the job if the contract changes hands.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2023

California Case Turns on Definition of Disability
An employee who was fired after she requested two weeks off to recover from surgery was not disabled, and so her employer did not violate the California Fair Employment and Housing Act in terminating her.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2023

New York City Requires Employers to Post an Employee Bill of Rights
New York City Requires Employers to Post an Employee Bill of Rights

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2023

Remote-Only Hiring Continues to Drop: 7 Factors Driving the Trend
Employers are posting far fewer remote-only jobs than they did during the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts say that while remote work was beneficial at that point in time, other issues make the arrangement less desirable today.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2023

Want Happy Employees? Convince Them to Take This Many Days of PTO
New data that finds how many days of paid time off the happiest employees take is particularly timely as scores of employees take vacation during the holiday season.

SHRM HR News
Dec 13, 2023

Understanding New York City's Height and Weight Discrimination Law
Effective Nov. 26, a significant amendment to New York City's Human Rights Law (NYCHRL) prohibits discrimination based on height and weight.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

The Latest HSA Trend: Automatic Enrollments
Nearly half of organizations report they automatically enroll eligible employees in a health savings account, a new survey finds. That's up by more than 30 percent in just two years.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

Supreme Court Vacates Decisions Challenging Biden's Vaccine Requirements for Federal Employees
The U.S. Supreme Court on Dec. 11 vacated as moot decisions challenging President Joe Biden's vaccine requirement for federal employees.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

Why White Men Resist IE&D Training and Initiatives
Columnist Jathan Janove, a former employment law attorney who has worked with many organizations on culture, leadership and HR issues—and an older white man—suggests ways to include white men in inclusion, equity and diversity initiatives and avoid stirring up feelings of resentment, defensiveness and resistance.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

Must-Have Tech Competencies for HR Professionals
Understanding and effectively using HR technology is now a critical part of any HR professional's job, although not all professionals possess the necessary competencies. These are the tech competencies HR professionals need, from entry- to executive-level roles.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

Inflation Cooled Further in November
?Overall inflation cooled further in November, according to the last inflation report of the year, although core inflation, which the Fed watches closely, ticked up again, indicating that high prices are still continuing to weigh on employees.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

How Can Employers Help Workers Affected by Argentina's High Inflation?
Argentina's inflation has been ongoing for nearly two decades, and some employers are trying to find ways to dull the impact of the constant crisis.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

Lawmakers Advance Bills on Training and Joint Employer Status
The U.S. House Commitee on Education and the Workforce advanced four bills on job training and union rights for workers.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

2024 Benefit Plan Limits & Thresholds Chart
A handy chart showing 2024 benefit plan limits and thresholds: 401(k) plans, health savings accounts, health and dependent care flexible spending accounts, transit benefits and more.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

10 Tips for Addressing Workers' Heightened Holiday Stress
Touting available financial and mental health benefits, helping manage workloads and celebrating employees are among strategies HR and other company leaders should consider between now and the end of the year.

SHRM HR News
Dec 12, 2023

Disability Inclusion Makes Financial Sense, Report Finds
Companies that implement disability-inclusive policies and practices tend to outperform their peers financially, according to a new study. The reported noted that employers can create a more disability-inclusive environment in five simple ways.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

Workplace Resolutions for the New Year
Many of us follow the tradition of making personal resolutions for the new year. But should you also make resolutions for the workplace? A lot of us spend more time in...

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

Supreme Court Will Hear Case Regarding Flexibility in Court Deadlines for Federal Employees
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case centered on whether it's permissible to waive the deadline for asking an appellate court to review a decision by a board that handles federal employment claims. On Dec. 8, the court agreed to hear the case involving the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board, a quasi-judicial agency in the executive branch.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

Reverse Bullying: When Managers Feel Intimidated by Their Subordinates
Subordinates have been known to "intimidate upwards," making their managers afraid to hold them directly accountable for their actions. And managers have often turned a blind eye to inappropriate workplace behaviors in order to avoid confrontation at all costs. Here's how to put an end to that behavior.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

Thriving Together Through the #MentalHealthPledge
SHRM and Thrive Global launched the #MentalHealthPledge in 2021 to bring HR and business leaders together to reaffirm their promise to prioritize employee mental health and well-being. More than 110 companies, including 50 high-growth businesses and startups, signed the pledge. Here's a look at the programs several organizations have introduced to expand their mental health benefits in the last two years since taking the pledge.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

Employer Failed to Authenticate Electronic Signatures, Could Not Compel Arbitration
A Sacramento, Calif., construction company could not compel arbitration of four employees' workplace-related claims where it failed to authenticate the employees' purported electronic signatures on an arbitration agreement, a California appeals court recently ruled.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

EU Reaches Deal on Regulation of AI
European Union (EU) policymakers reached a deal on the proposed AI Act, which provides steep penalties for violations, on Dec. 8.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

5th Circuit: ‘Ultimate Employment Decisions' Aren't the Only Covered Employer Actions
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that actionable claims under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 extend beyond "ultimate employment decisions."

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

Job Transfer Case May Implicate IE&D Programs
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard a case centered on lateral job transfers, but the case could impact other employment policies and practices, especially the criteria for inclusion, equity and diversity (IE&D) initiatives.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

How Generative AI Is Transforming Engagement Surveys
HR leaders are using generative AI tools to help their teams design effective employee surveys quickly; analyze responses to open-ended questions faster and more accurately; and better protect employee confidentiality, thereby increasing survey response rates.

SHRM HR News
Dec 11, 2023

How to Create a More Inclusive Workplace for Employees with Deafness and Hearing Loss
According to the World Health Organization, more than 5 percent of the world's population—or 430 million people—have disabling hearing loss. This number is expected to rise to over 700 million by 2050. Knowledge of the disability, reasonable workplace accommodations, effective communication skills and support from mentors and peer networks all contribute to positive career outcomes.

SHRM HR News
Dec 10, 2023

Compliance Resources
Resources with guidance in complying with a variety of federal statutes.

SHRM HR News
Dec 08, 2023

Quiz: Do We Have to Follow This Law? Start By Counting Your Employees
Depending on how many people you employ, you may—or may not—have to follow certain federal laws. Do you know how many employees a business must have to be "covered by"...

SHRM HR News
Dec 08, 2023

New Alabama Law Exempts Overtime Pay from State Taxation
New Alabama Law Exempts Overtime Pay from State Taxation Beginning Jan. 1, 2024, hourly paid employees in Alabama will not pay any state income tax on their overtime pay.

SHRM HR News
Dec 08, 2023

Ask HR: Can Employers Limit Religious Displays in Employees' Work Areas?
Can employers make workers remove religious items from their workstations? Can an employee continue to be reimbursed from a health care flexible spending account if they are on leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act? SHRM President and Chief Executive Officer Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.

SHRM HR News
Dec 08, 2023

10 Tips for Improving Workplace Inclusion
While many businesses focus on boosting workplace diversity, their inclusion efforts fall behind. With 2024 on the horizon, workplace and inclusion experts have offered recommendations for strengthening inclusion in the workplace.

SHRM HR News
Dec 08, 2023

Employers Add Jobs in November, Unemployment Drops
Employers added a few more jobs than expected in November, according to latest employment report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). A total of 199,000 new jobs were created, up from October's 150,000 but down significantly from September's revised level of 262,000. The unemployment rate dropped to 3.7 percent.

SHRM HR News
Dec 08, 2023

Reprimand Letter Was Not Adverse Action for Retaliation
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of a plaintiff's claims at summary judgment that stemmed from when she was reprimanded and fired after reporting sexual harassment.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

Sweeping Workforce Development Legislation Introduced
The first major bipartisan overhaul of the nation's workforce training and development system was announced Dec. 7. The first major bipartisan overhaul of the...

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

Supreme Court Analyzes Discrimination Law in Job Transfer Case
The U.S. Supreme Court heard a case on Dec. 6 that will determine whether involuntary job transfers can constitute discrimination in some circumstances. The court focused on whether tangible harm is required in order to prove discrimination. Examples of harm would be getting less pay, less promotion potential, lower rank or unfavorable hours.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

Try a Low-Key Response When Older Workers Threaten to Retire
When older workers make vague assertions that they'd like to retire, immediately asking them to specify when may not be the best approach. Ignoring their assertions isn't either. Following up later with low-key questions might be preferable.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

The Pros and Cons of ‘Dry' Promotions
Dry promotions happen when workers get a title change and additional responsibilities, but no salary increase. Employers should emphasize the career and professional development these opportunities offer, to mitigate the lack of a pay raise.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

US Weekly Jobless Claims: 220K
States reported that 220,000 workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Dec. 2, an increase of 1,000 from the previous week's revised level.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

EEOC and DOL Publicize Regulatory Agendas for 2024
For the first time in two years, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on Dec. 6 published its regulatory agenda. The Department of Labor also issued a regulatory agenda.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

Employee Can Sue Public-Sector Union Over Dues Requirement
A public-sector union allegedly violated an employee's First Amendment rights when it denied her request to stop paying union dues, according to a recent ruling from the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

Casino Employees Approve Union Contracts
Casino workers in Detroit and Las Vegas recently struck deals with casino operators to raise wages and enhance benefits. On Dec. 2, the Detroit Casino Council, a group of five unions, voted to ratify a new contract with MGM Grand Detroit, operated by MGM Resorts. The workers ended their 47-day strike.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

NCAA Proposes Compensation for College Athletes
College athletes eventually may be compensated following proposed National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) reforms to enhance student-athletes' financial opportunities.

SHRM HR News
Dec 07, 2023

New York City Adopts Minimum Pay for Food Delivery Workers
New York City is the first major U.S. city to implement a minimum pay rate for app-based restaurant delivery workers. Delivery platform companies should immediately pay delivery workers the minimum pay rate of at least $17.96 per hour.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2023

How HR Can Help Employees Use Their FSA Funds
Experts say now is the time to ramp up communication about flexible spending account deadlines and remind workers to deplete remaining FSA cash.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2023

Beyond Brexit: Significant Holiday and Other Changes Are on the Way in the UK
The U.K. government has issued new draft legislation and its response to its recent holiday, work time and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 consultation.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2023

Five Key Amendments to UK's Equality Act
Draft legislation has been published by the U.K. government that will amend the Equality Act 2010 as of Jan. 1, 2024. This article explains key changes.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2023

Google Settles Claims Related to Workplace Confidentiality Policy
Google recently settled a 2016 lawsuit alleging that it used illegal practices to stop employees from complaining about the workplace. The lawsuit claimed the company's confidentiality policies were unlawful.

SHRM HR News
Dec 06, 2023

Supreme Court Won't Hear Disability Accommodation Case Against UPS
The U.S. Supreme Court recently put an end to a delivery driver's case against UPS for allegedly denying him disability accommodations that he requested.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

HR Magazine Digital Edition
HR Magazine's digital edition.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

Job Openings Tumble in October
Job openings fell by 617,000 in October, to 8.7 million, their lowest point since early 2021, according to the monthly JOLTS report released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

Lawmakers Propose Expanding Pell Grants for Workforce Training
A group of bipartisan lawmakers introduced legislation Dec. 5 that would allow students, for the first time, to apply for Pell Grants for short-term workforce training programs.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

Layoff with No Return Date Entitles California Employees to Immediate Vacation Pay
Hotel employees were entitled to payment for accrued vacation promptly after they were laid off without a specific return date, not when their employment was formally terminated months later, according to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

Navigating the Complexities of Religious Inclusion
Recent Supreme Court cases and changing cultural attitudes have resulted in a blurrier line between work and religious practice. How can employers best navigate this situation?

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

More Than $1M in Damages Upheld for Violation of Agreements
A former employee was ordered to pay $1.7 million to his former employer. The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found that the ex-employee had breached his employment contract with the former employer.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

Report: CSR Is on the Rise, but the Motivation for It Has Changed
A majority of working professionals say corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become more important at their organizations since 2022, even as they say their employer's motivation around CSR has changed from "doing the right thing" to instead being motivated by customer feedback, government mandates and public perception.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

Help Remote Workers Become More Engaged
Train managers to hold remote workers just as accountable as onsite employees and ensure employers are listening to workers' concerns.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

The Workplace Security Risk of ‘Bring Your Own AI'
As companies use generative artificial intelligence to drive various aspects of their business, experts are giving thought to the risks that can occur when employees use generative AI tools that haven't been sanctioned by their employer.

SHRM HR News
Dec 05, 2023

Things to Do and Avoid When Hiring in Germany
U.S.-based global employers with operations in Germany should bear in mind that German labor laws include worker protections and other requirements that don't typically apply to domestic workforces.

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