EEOC: Employee Violated ADA in Treatment of Employee With Congenital Abnormality

The EEOC has taken a Southern health care organization to court over its treatment of employee who suffered a congenital abnormality, charging it violated the Americans With Disabilities Act in the way...
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Depression at Work

In this column, regular contributor and HR consultant Robin Paggi encourages employers to be proactive in dealing with employees who are depressed, while making sure they observe laws that make it illegal...
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Workplace flexibility is a prized benefit: Some tips on how to make it work

No question, flexibility is the buzzword of the hour. And although it certainly sounds like a noble goal, can companies actually make it work?   As Kira Makagon writes in a recent fastcompany.com post,...
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Marketing + Data, Create a Meaningful Relationship with your Customers – an online virtual event sponsored by Teradata Data-Driven Marketing

A Teradata Live Virtual Event! Date: October 8th – 11am ET/8am PT What you will learn: How to use data insights to drive customer engagement and brand affinity Creating relevant, meaningful customer...
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Avoid Costly Fines: Ten Compliance Mandates You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Managing employer compliance can be a tedious task, but it’s a highly visible, important way that the human resources department minimizes risk for the business and keeps the workforce running smoothly....
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Social Advances: Five Ways HR Can Use Social Technology to Build a Smarter Workforce

Enterprise HR departments are using social technology to improve employee recruiting, onboarding, knowledge sharing, mergers and acquisitions, and learning and development. These innovative applications...
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Cloud-Based Video Conferencing for Dummies

Whether you're an IT expert or a business professional looking for more effective ways to collaborate, this book will teach you everything you need to know about this up-and-coming technology.In this eBook,...
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EEOC: Donut Making Plant Violated Title VII By Not Accommodating 7th-Day Adventist Employee

There was an old Dunkin Donuts commercial where one person says, What time is it? And the other person replies, Time to make the donuts! Well, for an employee with certain religious beliefs, maybe not...
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Delaware Latest State to Enact Law Requiring Accommodations for Pregnant Employees

The tide that is sweeping the country of expanding pregnant women’s rights in the workplace has just crested in the first state. Delaware Governor Jack Markell (D) this week signed a law that would...
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Just how ambitious are your people? New research may surprise you

How many of your employees are looking to move into leadership roles? Recent research says at many companies, the number is only about one in three.   That’s right – most American workers...
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