Our updated Resource Center provides the latest news about the new DOL changes to the overtime regulations--as well as analysis, policies, checklists, forms, and a calculator to help you ensure that your organization is in compliance.
A one-sentence ruling from a deadlocked U.S. Supreme Court means that President Obama’s executive action immigration reforms, proposed 2 years ago, will continue to be blocked from taking effect.
There’s a lot of pressure to get internal communications (IC) right. Even more so these days, when “too much information” is choking employees’ inboxes. Whether you’re a newcomer to IC, or a seasoned pro, it’s imperative to avoid these six common fails when communicating with your teams.
How can you defend your company against Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) claims? According to presenters at the 2016 Society for Human Resource Management’s annual conference, your best line of defense is to create current and accurate job descriptions.
Warning letters from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) can be challenged in court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has ruled in Rhea Lana, Inc. v. Department of Labor, No. 15-5014 (D.C. Cir. June 3, 2016).
Yes, I realize that saying “recruiting is broken” may sound like something Donald Trump would say if he was in the HR business. But as inflammatory as it may sound, it’s true. Think about it. Is your recruiting process delivering, on a regular basis, the top-tier leaders that your company is desperately seeking?
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