Can the EEOC Be Persuaded to Keep Collecting Pay Data?

At a public hearing Nov. 20, panelists from various backgrounds all agreed that pay equity is an important issue for the government, employers and workers alike, but they disagreed...

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Philadelphia’s Portable Benefits Plan Could Be Gig Economy Model

Philadelphia is about to become the first city in the country to approve legislation that would create a portable bank of paid time off for domestic workers—and it could...

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3 Challenges New Managers Face and How Training Can Help

Common challenges first-time managers face are delegating or communicating effectively, thinking like a leader, or serving as a boss to their former peers. Navigating them is critical not only...

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Review Finds NLRB’s Board-Member Recusal Process Is Compliant

The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB’s) ethics program for board-member recusals is “strong and fully compliant with all applicable government ethics requirements,” according to a report that was released...

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Ep 206 – Leading and Keeping Parallelpreneurs Engaged

With the number of people having side hustles, gig work, and what experts refer to as “parallelpreneurs,” employers are often conflicted. Should we be supporting these employees in their...

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HRExaminer Radio – Executive Conversations: Episode #346: Drew D’Agostino, CEO and Greg Skloot, President of Crystal

HRx Radio – Executive Conversations: On Friday mornings, John Sumser interviews key executives from around the industry. The conversation covers what makes the executive tick and what makes their...

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