Ten states already prohibit employers from requiring employees and job applicants to hand over their personal website passwords, and now the House of Representatives is considering similar national legislation.
St. Louis, Mo.-based Buffett Senior Healthcare is saving time on candidate searches and interviewing by offering former applicants who received job offers but turned them down a chance to accept those positions now.
Group health insurers that don’t spend between 80 and 85 cents of every premium dollar on medical care and health care quality improvement must make medical loss ratio (MLR) rebates to employees. This year’s rebates are due by Aug. 1. Take these steps now to prepare.
Call center employees who participated in five or more social networking sites had a 1.6% higher sales conversion rate than their co-workers and spent 2.8% less time per call, according to a survey by data analytics firm Evolv.
In every workplace and on every team, all people have the innate desire to feel appreciated and valued by others. Leaders of teams—and team members themselves—should work to encourage a culture of appreciation.
When older employees hear the word “slow,” they may immediately assume that’s a code word for “old.” But sometimes, slow just means slow. If you have workers who can’t meet the job’s required—and preferably written—performance standards, you don’t have to keep them on staff, regardless of their ages.