Congress Examines ‘Future of Work’ Issues

Lawmakers have begun considering solutions to worries arising from the growing adoption of automation technologies and the potentially tremendous changes the “future of work” has in store for U.S....

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Remind Workers of These Tax Tips

Tax season means it’s time for HR departments to advise employees to review their paycheck withholding and consider increasing their contributions to tax-advantaged retirement accounts, tax advisors say. They...

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More Older Workers Are Staying in the Workforce in Ireland

The number of older employees in the Irish workforce has doubled in the last 20 years, making it more likely that a workplace will have a more age-diverse workforce....

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Deadline Looming to Comply with Kari’s Law

​Feb. 16 is the deadline for companies with multi-line telephone systems installed or manufactured after February 2020 to comply with a new Federal Communications Commission regulation. Read Complete Article

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#WorkTrends: The Empathy Gap

Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, the CEO of Disaster Avoidance Experts, joined Meghan M. Biro for the January 17, 2020 #WorkTrends podcast. The topic: disasters, of the workplace kind. Dr. Tsipursky...

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What Is it Like to Be an HR Freelancer?

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a freelancer in HR? HR Lancers asked me to describe my experience as an independent HR pro, and I said sure! I love sharing information. So here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly about life as a freelancer in the HR sphere.  The Good Freedom, […]
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