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Aug 17, 2018

Government Slow to Adopt Digital Recruiting
Government contractors in the private sector are twice as likely as their public-sector counterparts to use online tools and social media for their recruitment needs, according to a recent survey.

SHRM HR News
Aug 17, 2018

USCIS Modifies Unlawful Presence Policy for Foreign Students, Exchange Workers
A memo from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) clarifies that students and exchange visitors who hold F, J and M visas and have violated the terms of their status will not accrue "unlawful presence" while their applications are pending if they file for reinstatement in a timely manner.

SHRM HR News
Aug 16, 2018

Meal and Rest Break Requirements by State
Meal and rest break requirements by state provided by XpertHR.

SHRM HR News
Aug 16, 2018

New York Steps Closer to Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Use
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is setting the stage to begin debate over the legalization of marijuana for recreational use during the 2019 legislative session. The current marijuana program only allows medical marijuana use.

SHRM HR News
Aug 16, 2018

H-1B Visa Denials, Requests for Evidence Increase
New data confirms what many employers have been reporting anecdotally: Requests for evidence (RFEs) and denials issued for H-1B visa petitions rose considerably in 2017.

SHRM HR News
Aug 16, 2018

3 Steps to Minimize Risks with Auto-Deducted Meal Breaks
?Auto-deductions for nonexempt employees' meal breaks can be less risky if employers take three steps.

SHRM HR News
Aug 16, 2018

5 Common Reasons California Employers Get Sued
California has long provided fertile ground for employment lawsuits, because the state has strict workplace rules that businesses must follow. Here's what employers should know to help reduce the risk of litigation.

SHRM HR News
Aug 16, 2018

California Legislators Consider Hotel Safety Law Similar to Chicago's
A Chicago ordinance requiring hotel employers to equip certain hotel employees with portable emergency contact devices took effect July 1. A similar bill is working its way through the California Legislature.

SHRM HR News
Aug 15, 2018

Elections Raise Specter of ‘Medicare for All' vs. Employer Benefits
After the 2018 midterm congressional elections, will momentum grow for single-payer health care—such as by expanding Medicare so anyone can sign up ("Medicare for all"), as many progressives advocate? Given that possibility, employers are organizing to defend employer-sponsored health benefits.

SHRM HR News
Aug 15, 2018

DOL Supports Industry-Certified Apprenticeship Programs
Employers are closer to being able to participate in industry-led, government-sanctioned apprenticeship programs separate from the federal and state registered apprenticeship system that many find cumbersome.

SHRM HR News
Aug 15, 2018

Is There Too Much Diversity Tech?
Can you have too much of a good thing? As HR leaders try to decide which diversity tech tools best fit their needs, more and more providers are coming into the market.

SHRM HR News
Aug 15, 2018

Reasons Given for Termination Are Critically Important
Proper documentation is an important component of human resource management, a recent employer victory in a discrimination case shows.

SHRM HR News
Aug 15, 2018

How to Conduct Stay Interviews: Preparation
Giving company leaders scripts of answers to likely employee questions can facilitate stay interviews.

SHRM HR News
Aug 15, 2018

Tales from the HR Crypt
An author shares the most outrageous incidents she has encountered in her HR career.

SHRM HR News
Aug 14, 2018

Why Virtual-Reality Training for Employees Is Catching On
We learn by doing, so simulations that let us experience scenarios help us learn and remember better. Enter virtual reality training.

SHRM HR News
Aug 14, 2018

How to Conduct Stay Interviews: 5 Key Questions
Five questions make stay interviews effective. When you follow up each query with strong probing questions, you will get all the information needed to develop individualized engagement and retention plans that really work.

SHRM HR News
Aug 14, 2018

Massachusetts Governor Signs Noncompete Law
Massachusetts employers must comply with new noncompete rules for agreements that are executed on or after Oct. 1. The legislation was nearly a decade in the making and was signed by Gov. Charlie Baker on Aug. 10. Here's what employers should know.

SHRM HR News
Aug 14, 2018

OSHA Proposes Change to Electronic Record-Keeping Rule
Worksites with 250 or more employees would not be required to electronically submit certain data to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) under a proposal to roll back an Obama-era rule.

SHRM HR News
Aug 14, 2018

Deputies Denied Donning and Doffing Disbursement
Sheriffs did not violate the Fair Labor Standards Act by failing to compensate their deputies for time spent donning and doffing police gear or driving to and from work in marked patrol vehicles.

SHRM HR News
Aug 14, 2018

Despite Low Unemployment, Employers Don't Plan to Boost Bonus Budgets
Although the incentive pay pie won't be much bigger next year, variable pay such as bonuses can still motivate top performers.

SHRM HR News
Aug 14, 2018

Appeals Court Rejects Claim of Retaliation for Taking Leave
An employee who claimed he was fired in retaliation for taking leave had his claims rejected by the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which noted that the challenged discharge occurred too long after the leave request to be retaliatory.

SHRM HR News
Aug 13, 2018

For 2019, Employers Adjust Health Benefits as Costs Near $15,000 per Employee
With the cost of employer-sponsored health care benefits expected to approach $15,000 per employee next year, large U.S. employers continue to make changes to their plans, new research reveals. Here are the most common medical and drug benefit trends for 2019 and beyond.

SHRM HR News
Aug 13, 2018

Resume-Writing Essentials: Five Most Powerful Career Summaries
What can you write in your resume's career summary that will capture readers' interest, demonstrate that you have the requisite qualifications for each targeted job, and help you land an interview? Focus on those items and you'll find that it's easier to sell yourself to prospective employers.

SHRM HR News
Aug 13, 2018

Infographic: Common Ways of Visualizing Data
Knowing your audience is key to shaping your message or story and you'll want to start by addressing exactly who the audience is, but there are several other things to take into consideration.

SHRM HR News
Aug 13, 2018

How to Conduct Stay Interviews
Supervisors who ask, listen, act and communicate honestly strengthen trust with their employees, the absolute most important supervisory skill for increasing engagement and retention.

SHRM HR News
Aug 13, 2018

Why Even AI-Powered Factories Will Have Jobs for Humans
The greatest performance gains are achieved not when machines are used to replace employees, but when they are deployed to work alongside them. In such collaborative relationships, people help machines become better, and machines enable people to achieve step-level increases in performance.

SHRM HR News
Aug 13, 2018

Your Career Q&A: Make the Most of the Opportunity Your Boss Is Giving You
You've been chosen to take on an important challenge. That's a great compliment and recognition of your abilities! So it is up to you to take full responsibility and show that you can step up and deliver on such the initiative. Best-selling author Martin Yate recommends the following ideas to get you on the right path.

SHRM HR News
Aug 13, 2018

NLRB May Grant Employers More Leeway in Restricting E-Mail Usage
The National Labor Relations Board is considering overruling a case in which it held that employers could not forbid employees from using work e-mail systems for union purposes during nonwork time.

SHRM HR News
Aug 12, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 10, 2018

Proposed Changes to Whistle-Blower Awards Should Foster Compliance
A Securities and Exchange Commission proposal to strengthen its discretion to increase awards to whistle-blowers under the Dodd-Frank Act should prompt companies to bolster their ethics and compliance programs.

SHRM HR News
Aug 10, 2018

How HR Can Enable People for the Future of Augmented Work
Jeanne Meister believes that HR should take the lead in shepherding artificial intelligence (AI) software into the workplace, transforming the human resources function and enhancing the employee experience.

SHRM HR News
Aug 10, 2018

EEOC Drops Hammer on Workplace Harassment
?The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed lawsuits this week alleging workplace harassment by seven employers across the country. Among the suits filed, five allege sexual harassment and two allege racial harassment. One of the seven suits also alleges harassment based on national origin. Five claimed retaliation against employees for reporting harassment.

SHRM HR News
Aug 10, 2018

Are Your Presentations Putting People to Sleep?
When crafting a presentation with data, the best place to start your planning is with the audience. Knowing your audience is key to shaping your message or story and you'll want to start by addressing exactly who the audience is, but there are several other things to take into consideration.

SHRM HR News
Aug 10, 2018

Cambodia: Labor Law Amendment Mandates ‘Seniority Payment'
Cambodia has passed an amendment to its Labor Law that institutes an ongoing requirement for employers to pay employees a new "seniority payment."

SHRM HR News
Aug 10, 2018

South Africa: Regulation on Gender Pay Equity Is Emerging
This article analyzes laws relating to pay equity in South Africa, as well as the requirements in countries at the forefront of this developing area of the law.

SHRM HR News
Aug 10, 2018

Viewpoint: Drafting a Parental Leave Policy that Won't Get You Sued
Thinking of creating a parental leave policy or sweetening a leave policy currently offered to employees? Here are pointers to ensure that the policy doesn't land the employer in court.

SHRM HR News
Aug 10, 2018

Why New Hires Quit Before They Start and How to Prevent It
It might've taken weeks, or maybe months, to lure and land the perfect candidate whose skills and experience check all the boxes. The person has accepted your job offer. But shortly before the start date, he or she has a change of heart and decides not to join your organization.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

Workplace Accommodations: New York City Law Requires Cooperative Dialogue
As of Oct. 15, New York City employers with four or more employees will be required to engage in a "cooperative dialogue" with a person who may be entitled to a workplace accommodation.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

Seeking Qualified Instructors for SHRM Certification Prep Courses
SHRM and its authorized Education Partners are looking for experienced, SHRM-certified HR professionals who have the skills and interest in teaching certification preparation courses using the SHRM Learning System.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

The Importance of Professional and Student SHRM Chapter Relationships
It is important for student chapters to establish a solid relationship with a professional SHRM chapter—one that believes in nurturing the next generation of HR practitioners.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

Change to Recertification Program Policy
Recertifying your SHRM-SCP or SHRM-CP credential just got a little easier. We've removed the limit on the number of professional development credits (PDCs) you can claim for self-paced activities in the "Advance Your Education" category for recertification.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

Employee Training Critical to Cybersecurity
Even as e-mail phishing attacks increase, placing companies at risk of losing billions of dollars, employees often shrug off corporate data-security policies and practices, becoming weak links in cybersecurity efforts.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

Hiring for ‘Excitement' Can Lead to Culture Bias
The common expectation that U.S. job seekers should smile and show excitement while interviewing for positions may seem innocuous, but new research from Stanford University suggests it can work against qualified applicants from cultures that don't value overt displays of enthusiasm.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

Hounded by Service-Animal Dilemmas? Treat Them Like Other Accommodation Requests
Employers need to be prepared for animal accommodation requests, which are becoming common. Address them in the same mature, structured fashion as any other accommodation request.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

How to Make Change Sustainable as an HR Department of One
Once you've introduced a project or change into your company, how do you make it sustainable? Mastering Consultation as an HR Practitioner, the latest Business Competencies offering from SHRM, walks you through incorporating changes into your company's culture.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

Recertification Q&A: Basic Requirements, Retired Status
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.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

Missouri Voters Strike Down Right-to-Work Law
Missouri voters overwhelmingly rejected the state's right-to-work legislation, which would have prevented employers and unions from requiring workers in collective bargaining units to pay mandatory fees.

SHRM HR News
Aug 09, 2018

National Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Week
?National Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Week, which takes place this year from Aug. 16-22, recognizes the civilian businesses, organizations and communities that support and value their employees serving in the National Guard and Reserve.

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

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

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

Guide to Veteran Hiring: 8 Facts to Break Down Barriers and Stereotypes
For organizations to effectively transition from veteran friendly to veteran ready, hiring managers and HR professionals need to have a deeper understanding of the institution and the people who've served within its ranks. Here are eight facts that demystify both the culture and the institution.

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

Employees Secretly Record Managers for Litigation
As smartphones have become common, employees are recording work conversations without employers' knowledge or permission in preparation for discrimination, sexual harassment and whistle-blower lawsuits.

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

How to Create and Manage an Effective Flexwork Policy
Thinking of creating a flexwork policy for your company? Here are some tips to guide you and lessons learned from organizations that started their own programs.

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

The Making of a Modern Elder
Success in today's workplace requires both emotional intelligence and tech savvy, which is why older and younger workers need each other so much.

SHRM HR News
Aug 08, 2018

Sleep Time for Round-the-Clock Workers May Be Compensable
Employees of a nonprofit group home may proceed with their collective-action lawsuit alleging that they should be paid for sleep time under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Maine's wage laws, a district court judge ruled.

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

Health Care Continuation Coverage (Mini-COBRA) Laws by State
A chart of health care continuation coverage (mini-COBRA) laws by state.

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

Guide to Veteran Hiring: 5 Myths and Facts About Hiring Veterans
It makes good business sense to hire veterans. Companies that do speak positively about this strategy, and the veterans often become leaders at those companies. Yet myths about veterans and whether they can thrive after their time in the military persist. These are the realities of having veterans in the workplace.

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

AT&T Dials Up Bad Press by Pursuing Pensioners for Overpayments
Employers claim the right to recoup excess payments made to retirees from traditional pensions and 401(k) plans, sometimes over decades. But is it worth the bad publicity to do so?

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

AT&T Dials-Up Bad Press by Pursuing Pensioners for Overpayments
Employers claim the right to recoup excess payments made to retirees from traditional pensions and 401(k) plans, sometimes over decades. But is it worth the bad publicity to do so?

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

ADHD Plaintiff Advanced Several Claims
A 12-count complaint by a plaintiff with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), alleging harassment and failure to accommodate in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, withstood a motion to dismiss.

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

Vermont Bans 'No Rehire' Clauses
?Vermont is the first state to outlaw "no rehire" clauses in agreements which bar workers who settle discrimination and harassment cases from working for that employer again. The provision is part of a law addressing sexual harassment protections for employees that went into effect last month.

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

Viewpoint: The Art and Science of Conflict Management
As corporate complexity increases, so does the potential for conflict, both internal and external to the organization. HR professionals should sharpen their conflict resolution skills and even embrace conflict as an opportunity to drive creativity, alignment and growth.

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

When Employees Leave: Conduct Comprehensive Exit Interviews
The exit interview can be a useful way for employers to protect their property, identify any morale or culture problems, and limit the risk of lawsuits being filed later. Here are some of the benefits of conducting a meaningful exit interview with departing employees.

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

Your Career Q&A: How to Pick Your Next Hometown
This week's letter writer is ready to move to a new town and a new job, but how do you decide where your new home will be? Best-selling author and career coach Martin Yate offers his advice.

SHRM HR News
Aug 07, 2018

Working Overtime Can Be Essential Job Function
The ability to work overtime can be an essential job function under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.

SHRM HR News
Aug 06, 2018

Viewpoint: Give Second Chance a Chance
?Each year in the United States, 700,000 men and women are released from prison and re-enter society, where many want to find jobs. Yet despite U.S. employers' growing need for workers, formerly incarcerated applicants face a huge obstacle in achieving gainful employment: criminal background checks.

SHRM HR News
Aug 06, 2018

How Many Open Reqs Should In-House Recruiters Have?
Individual in-house recruiters carry requisition loads spanning between the single digits to well over 100. What is the right amount? Well, it depends on a variety of factors, including the position and industry they are recruiting for, the resources available to them and their additional responsibilities.

SHRM HR News
Aug 06, 2018

New York Uber Drivers Can Collect Unemployment Benefits
Three former Uber drivers were employees of the ride-share service—rather than independent contractors—at least for the purpose of collecting unemployment benefits, New York's Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board ruled.

SHRM HR News
Aug 06, 2018

Salary Is Most Important Part of Job Ad
Putting salary ranges in job advertisements may give employers a competitive advantage when trying to attract candidates. That's because most job seekers look first at a position's compensation and benefits when scanning a job posting, then at the job's required qualifications and duties, according to new research from LinkedIn.

SHRM HR News
Aug 03, 2018

New Rule on Short-Term Health Plans Could Affect COBRA Choices
A new final rule expands short-term health plans that don't meet Affordable Care Act coverage requirements. The plans may appeal to some new employees not yet eligible for their employer's plan, departing employees seeking a lower-cost COBRA alternative and pre-65 retirees, but they should understand the coverage limits.

SHRM HR News
Aug 03, 2018

Ireland: Artificial Intelligence Can Promote Gender Equality
Artificial intelligence can help Irish employers promote gender equality, including gender pay gap reporting, encouraging gender diversity and fostering collaborative workplaces.

SHRM HR News
Aug 03, 2018

2019 Tax Withholding Changes on the Way, IRS Says
As the IRS prepares to issue a revised, shorter Form W-4 for 2019, the government is warning that most employees are withholding too much or too little from their paychecks in the wake of tax law changes that took effect this year. There's still time to encourage workers to check and adjust their 2018 withholding.

SHRM HR News
Aug 03, 2018

Guide to Veteran Hiring: Bridging the Cultural Divide
For employers to grow their understanding and appreciation of veterans, they need to understand why service members leave the military. Here are three reasons that many veterans cite.

SHRM HR News
Aug 03, 2018

UK: How Should Collective Redundancy Consultation Be Done?
United Kingdom (U.K.) employers not only are obligated to conduct individual consultation during layoffs but must take practical steps to ensure compliance with the collective consultation process.

SHRM HR News
Aug 03, 2018

Viewpoint: Workplace Implications of California's New Privacy Law
Not long after the European Union passed the General Data Protection Regulation, California became the first state to introduce its own suite of consumer privacy rules. Here's an overview of the law and what it means for employers.

SHRM HR News
Aug 02, 2018

Viewpoint: Why Employee Resource Groups Shouldn't Be Colorblind
By doing away with groups that focus on specific parts of a person's identity, a company is doing away with a space in which people can feel truly comfortable expressing themselves. In turn, it may lose the collective voice of those ERG members and the opportunity to learn about their particular needs. Eliminating the groups may lead to the company losing these workers' energy and talents, as well.

SHRM HR News
Aug 02, 2018

Would Rubio's Paid Leave Proposal Help the Working Class?
Working-class families will benefit from legislation that would let them use a portion of their saved Social Security benefits during parental leave, according to Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who introduced the bill.

SHRM HR News
Aug 02, 2018

Would Rubio's Paid-Leave Proposal Help the Working Class?
Working-class families will benefit from legislation that would let them use a portion of their saved Social Security benefits during parental leave, according to Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who introduced the bill.

SHRM HR News
Aug 02, 2018

Former FEMA HR Chief Joins Government Workers Around the Globe Facing Sexual Harassment Allegations
?The former head of HR at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has been accused of trading sexual favors for jobs at the agency. He and other government workers around the globe are being investigated following the #MeToo movement to end sexual harassment.

SHRM HR News
Aug 02, 2018

Automation Scrambles Fast-Food Restaurant Staffing
There's no doubt that the fast-food business is being transformed by technology. Some workers are shifting to or are being hired for different roles. A store that prompts customers to use kiosks needs fewer people taking orders, but it can deploy more people to greet customers at the door, bring meals to their tables and clean the restaurant.

SHRM HR News
Aug 02, 2018

Ivanka Trump Says New Skills Will Be Required to Succeed in Digital Economy
Ivanka Trump, White House advisor and daughter to the president, took on paid family leave, workforce development and the future of work during an event held by media site Axios in Washington, D.C.

SHRM HR News
Aug 02, 2018

Job Applicants with Past Drug Addiction Protected Under the ADA
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects employees and job applicants from discrimination based on past drug addiction. These individuals qualify as having a disability if they successfully completed a supervised drug rehabilitation program or are currently participating in such a program and are no longer using prohibited drugs.

SHRM HR News
Aug 02, 2018

Michigan OSHA Clarifies Certain Requirements
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) released a new fact sheet on eyewashes and safety showers. Here's what covered employers should know.

SHRM HR News
Aug 01, 2018

Interviewing the Boss: 12 Intelligent Questions to Ask to Politely Assess Your Next Manager
When asked to participate in either a group or individual meeting with someone who's under consideration for the role of your next boss, how you approach the interview will make a lasting first impression on the candidate and provide your senior leadership team with insight into your people-discernment abilities.

SHRM HR News
Aug 01, 2018

Employers Assess Risk Tolerance with Wellness Program Incentives
Employers designing 2019 wellness programs must decide what approach to take on program incentives without Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.

SHRM HR News
Aug 01, 2018

How to Use Analytics to Make Smarter Decisions
How to use analytics to make smarter business decisions.

SHRM HR News
Aug 01, 2018

Culture of Sexual Harassment a Global Issue
Sexual harassment in the workplace is "widespread and commonplace" in the United Kingdom, a report says, but it is a global issue.

SHRM HR News
Aug 01, 2018

Employees with Different Job Titles Still Similarly Situated
Employees, regardless of their position, who claimed they were all paid a daily rate that did not accurately account for their overtime hours, were found to have sufficiently similar claims to move forward with their collective action for unpaid overtime.

SHRM HR News
Jul 31, 2018

Employer's Limits on Religious Accommodation Were Reasonable
A religious accommodation can still satisfy an employer's legal obligations even if the accommodation results in a loss of potential income to the employee.

SHRM HR News
Jul 31, 2018

'Ghosting' Behavior Baffles HR Pros, Hiring Managers
"Ghosting" behavior has left many HR professionals and hiring managers baffled as they deal with job candidates who don't respond to job offers or employees who walk away without a word.

SHRM HR News
Jul 31, 2018

How to Get Started with Recruiting on Facebook
Recruiting on Facebook can be a cost-effective alternative to old-school job boards and is a prime place to find passive job seekers where they spend their free time.

SHRM HR News
Jul 31, 2018

Trump Signs Workforce Training Bill Into Law
President Donald Trump signed legislation overhauling the nation's career and technical education law, which provides critical funding for training programs for U.S. students and workers.

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