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HR Management

One year later, what employers can do to address #MeToo

11/13/2018
#MeToo and concern over sexual harassment in the workplace continues to be a hot topic. To protect your organization, consider taking these actions.

OSHA launches safety inspections targeting high-risk workplaces

11/06/2018
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced a new safety crackdown targeting workplaces with high rates of on-the-job injuries.

Sound Bites: November ’18

11/01/2018
Cut the repetition … Keep them from tossing your card … Practicing small talk … Is the 5-second rule for real?

The HR I.Q. Test: November ’18

11/01/2018
Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

Snapshot: CEO tenure rises along with bull market

10/30/2018
CEOs are staying in their jobs longer as the economic expansion continues and stock values keep rising.

The perils of piling on the work

10/26/2018
Delegation is necessary for employee growth, but don’t be reckless with it.

Can new software put more ‘human’ in HR?

10/25/2018
The former head of Google’s HR function has launched a start-up aimed at recreating some of the success he drove at the search engine giant and bringing it to other HR departments.

Stung once by EEOC? Don’t let guard down

10/25/2018
If the EEOC has accused your organization of some form of discrimination, don’t think you can just write a check and move on. Now is the time to take a cold, hard look at all your employment practices and policies.

Survey: Three-quarters of us are tired on the job

10/23/2018
Drained at your desk? You’re not alone. Recent research from staffing firm Accountemps suggests feeling worn out at work is a common occurrence among U.S. employees.

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.