Asking Applicants About Criminal History? The Best Answer May Surprise You
Many new laws on various topics in several states took effect January 1. We highlight a few, and discuss in particular the "Ban the Box" legislation trend. Read More
Measles Outbreak Shows The Value Of Vaccines. Does Offering Vaccines To Your Workforce Have Benefits?
The recent measles outbreak highlights the benefits of vaccines. Could they benefit your employees? Read More
Multi-Year, Multi-Million Litigation With No End In Sight: Why Prevention Is Always The Right Business Decision
Appellate court throws out $4 million fee award against the EEOC. The case heads back to court and maybe a future appeal. Find out why. Read More
The Golden Hours: How You Spend The First Two Hours At Work Could Determine Productivity
Using the first two hours at work each day for productivity could result in increased productivity. Learn why. Read More
Are Requests For Raises The Reason For Equal Pay Claims?
Some groups of workers are less likely to ask for raises. Does that create discrimination? Should employers care? Read More
Checking Social Media: Creepy Snooping Or A Best Practice For Hiring?
Jack McCalmon discusses whether checking social media is an invasion of privacy or just a smart hiring practice. He also provides some "dos and don'ts." Read More