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If you’re celebrating Pride Month, consider these activities

With June designated as Pride Month, HR departments have an opportunity to show support for LGBTQ+ employees and demonstrate the company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.

EEOC sues 15 employers for EEO-1 violations

The employers facing lawsuits include companies from the retail, construction, restaurant, manufacturing, logistics and service industries. The lawsuits allege the employers failed to submit EEO-1 data in 2021 and 2022.

Survey: Employers bracing for regulatory crackdown, legislation on AI in HR

The 12th Annual Employer Survey by the Littler Mendelson employment law firm found that nearly eight in 10 employers expect moderate or significant impacts from compliance efforts by the Department of Labor over the next year, up from 65% in 2022. About three-quarters anticipate moderate or significant impact from the Biden administration’s pro-union National Labor Relations Board.

GOP members of Senate HELP Committee blast Biden labor, employment policies

Republicans on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on May 29 issued a report accusing the Biden administration of “weaponizing” the White House’s executive authority over labor and employment policy to “strip workers of opportunity, flexibility, pay and protection against discrimination, in a bid to court the political backing of large labor unions.”

Opportunity? Women’s C-suite progress stalls

Fewer opportunities for women at the most senior levels of corporate America may represent an excellent opportunity for smaller employers.

Returning to the office might require better offices

According to a new survey by Cisco, 72% of employees are positive about returning to the office but want spaces that are better equipped for collaboration and brainstorming.

Contrary to popular belief, most Gen Zers like their jobs

Often criticized for being apathetic or even hostile to the idea of working for a living, members of Generation Z may be getting a bad rap. In fact, a new survey by ResumeBuilder.com found that most young employees actually like their jobs.

Even a 15-second presentation demands these basics

Never take any moment in the spotlight for granted, even if it’s just to stand up and say your name, where you work and a favorite hobby in order to introduce yourself at a public gathering. This is a moment that shapes the way people perceive you; don’t let it get away from you! Always consider these essentials.

Plan unforgettable team-building events

Team-building events can be a hit or a miss. If you ask colleagues about their experiences with such activities, you’re bound to get mixed responses. Team-building can be fun, engaging and beneficial, but poor planning and lackluster ideas are often the downfall of what could have been extraordinary. Here are some options to consider across the country for your next team-building event.

Ask your lawyer: Does California’s pay-data law apply to us?

Hundreds of HR-related state and local laws have a long reach that affects employers with even the slightest connection to the jurisdiction where they originated. You might have to comply if you have just one remote employee working there.