3 Ways the Coronavirus Has Changed Your Workplace for the Better

Chances are, your organization made massive changes due to Coronavirus shelter-in-place and other orders. Some of them should be temporary, but some of the changes should be permanent. Let’s look...

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How to Improve Your Communication Skills as a Recruiter

Good communication skills are important in practically every facet of the corporate world and as a recruiter, these skills are absolutely essential. With daily responsibilities comprised of conversations via...

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How modern managers align performance and engagement

Reading Time: 9 minutes Managers in today’s workplace shoulder more responsibility than ever. This may sound daunting, but it can be a positive thing for managers who want to...

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DOL Issues Guidance on FFCRA’s Paid Parental Leave Requirements

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) answered key questions about Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act leave in updated guidance issued about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act...

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Former California Highway Patrol Officer Can Sue for Sexual-Orientation Bias

​A former law enforcement officer can proceed with his suit against the California Highway Patrol alleging discrimination because of his sexual orientation, a California appeals court ruled. Read Complete...

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Employees’ Promise Not to Compete with Current Employer Is Enforceable

A California law that generally makes noncompete agreements unenforceable does not extend to an employee’s promise not to compete against his current—as opposed to former—employer, a California appellate court...

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Toilet paper, balance, and tips on how to weather a hiring freeze

Balance. Everything hangs in a delicate balance. Even the word itself rolls off the tongue, buoyed by two syllables that are perfectly balanced. It’s a condition, a state of...

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How the Coronavirus Is Affecting the Census

Even the census is under the cloud of the coronavirus. The U.S. Census Bureau, however, is still trying to get everyone to participate in the once-a-decade population count as...

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HR Legal – The Coronavirus Impact

The entire globe is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. While trying to protect their people, companies are also trying to prepare for any legal ramifications that may result. Lawyer...

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Coronavirus stimulus package provides tax relief for student loan benefits

The coronavirus stimulus package passed Friday contains temporary relief for employers that offer student loan benefits, perhaps helping to cushion the benefit’s stability during a tough pandemic economy. The...

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