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HR Management

8 million new jobs by 2023, but mid-market misses out

10/16/2018
The U.S. is expected to add 8,310,003 jobs from 2018 to 2023. That represents a 5% growth rate.
Compensation & Benefits

One-third of workers will retire comfortably by age 67

10/16/2018
If current employee savings trends continue, half of workers will need to wait for retirement until at least age 70 to be considered financially prepared, according to findings from a new survey by the Aon consulting firm.
Employment Law

Snapshot: EEOC monetary awards for sexual harassment

10/16/2018
Last year, the EEOC dramatically increased the amount of money collected for victims of sexual harassment.
Hiring

Canada moving aggressively to poach foreign tech talent

10/10/2018
As the Trump administration cracks down on the H1-B visas that bring thousands of high-tech workers to Silicon Valley each year, Canada is rolling out the welcome mat.
Terminations

Check layoff rationale for signs of hidden discrimination

10/03/2018
A layoff based on legitimate business reasons can still form the basis for a retaliation claim if the layoff decision was based on ulterior motives.
Employee Relations

Most like music at work, cite greater productivity

09/25/2018
Silence may be golden, but most workers feel they’re more productive at the office when listening to music, new research from staffing firm Accountemps shows.
Article Archives

Religious objections thwart flu shot mandate

Will Amazon’s pay hike affect your budget?

Staffing agency sued for ‘perceived as disabled’ bias

Minimum wage for federal contractors goes up in 2019

Court gives go-ahead to cultural bias case

Facebook comments don’t create hostile environment

Employees of companies doing business with Pennsylvania have whistleblower protection

Public employees’ ordinary work complaints aren’t protected by the First Amendment

Not yet eligible for FMLA? Consider offering intermittent leave as ADA accommodation

Alleged hostile environment at Franciscan monastery

Equitably enforce rules against fighting

Ensure investigation isn’t tainted by bias

A year after #MeToo, executives see change

Pastors’ federal suit targets LGBT employment rights

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