HRIS / TECHNOLOGY

DOL's new Web hub highlights accessibility tools for disabled

12/03/2014
U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) has launched www.PEATworks.org, a Web portal designed to help employers adopt technology allowing disabled people to participate fully in the workplace.

Bring Your Own Device policies: Risks and rewards

09/01/2014
Employees are increasingly using their personal electronic devices—laptops, smartphones and tablets—for work purposes. The trend, dubbed “Bring Your Own Device” or “BYOD,” has redefined what it means to be “at work.” Employers jumping on the BYOD bandwagon face several challenges.

80,000 nonemployees download MGM staff's healthy eating app

08/19/2014
MGM Resorts International em­­ployees who want to eat healthy while at work can check their progress on their smartphones. So can lots of others, it turns out.

Encourage wellness with help of free apps

08/07/2014
Your organization doesn’t need a big wellness budget to offer employees tools that encourage healthy living. A wide range of free or inexpensive mobile apps can help employees track physical activities, monitor health and encourage good eating. Here is a sampling.

Going mobile: The risks and rewards of BYOD

07/02/2014
"Bring Your Own Device" policies are a growing trend, but can they bite back against employers?

Suffering from tech overload? 4 tips to delete the stress

05/19/2014

While technology can make you more efficient, it can also detract from your work if you don’t manage it properly. Here are four tips to help you use technology in a time-efficient manner and avoid the overload.

How to regulate employee use of personal tech

05/01/2014
It's hard for even the most sophisticated of companies to deal with all the risks of instant communications and increased access via personal and company-owned tech devices.

Electronic signatures: What employers need to know

04/09/2014

For centuries, a signature at the bottom of a piece of paper has meant someone agrees with what the document says. Can keystrokes carry the same legal weight as pen strokes? Yes. Two federal laws establish the legality of e-signatures in this country: the UETA and E-SIGN.

Techies think tech is way cooler than you do

04/03/2014
Perhaps it’s no surprise, but people who do IT for a living have a more favorable view than other Americans of technology’s benefits. A Harris poll revealed these attitudes about the power and potential of technology.

What employers need to know about electronic signatures

03/13/2014

Can keystrokes carry the same legal weight as pen strokes? Each state has a slightly different law.

The high cost of your employees' illicit affairs

02/18/2014
You may be resigned to employees spending at least some of their work time checking in on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Now add another social media distraction you would maybe rather not know about.

Cellphone usage at work: What's acceptable?

01/21/2014
A new Howard University study finds that 76% of people say checking texts or emails is unacceptable behavior in business meetings.

Email/Internet Usage

12/28/2013

HR Law 101: Employers have any number of legitimate reasons to monitor employees’ email and Internet usage. Beyond personal productivity issues, you risk significant loss should an employee download a virus or other damaging software or engage in illegal activity conducted on company computers ...

Must we tell staff & visitors they're being watched?

12/10/2013

Q. We recently installed cameras in our plant’s production areas. The cameras aren’t hidden, and it is common knowledge they were installed. Do I need to post something notifying employees and visitors that the area is under video surveillance? Should I have employees sign something? 

Recruiting, payroll & perks: Yeah, there's an HR app for that

12/09/2013
If you don’t use HR-related apps right now, there is a good chance you will in the near future. Here are some apps worth checking out to save time and administrative costs:
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