D.C. Suburb Considering Law to Restrict Employers From Asking About Criminal Records

Employers would have to wait until after the initial interview to ask a job applicant whether he or she has a criminal record, under legislation that a large Washington, D.C. suburb is considering. Prince...
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EEOC Obtains Jury Verdict for One-Armed Guard

Add another notch to EEOC’s belt of victories under the Americans With Disabilities Act; a jury has agreed with the commission that a Florida security company violated the ADA in firing an employee...
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Team Covenant — A 54 page excerpt

Randy Hopkins’ new work on organizational performance management will teach you how to:Profit from understanding the difference between apathy and futility and how it can greatly benefit your companyTransform...
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The Talent Smart Positivity Bundle

A positive outlook on life helps you succeed in your career, relationships and overall physical wellbeing. So why is it so hard for many of us to ditch pessimism? These 4 articles from TalentSmart address...
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Sales Performance Management (SPM) for Dummies

Topics Include:Chapter 1 What you need to know about SPM Chapter 2 Seeing the benefits of SPM solutionChapter 3 Ten things to look for in an SPM solutionDownload your copy now!Request Free! By: [author-name] This...
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The NextGen Worker 2014

Listen to this webcast to learn about the adjustments companies must make to attract and retain top talent in this new workforce reality. In discussion with PwC, we'll cover:Key Findings from PwC's latest...
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Boss’ girlfriend gets extra perks and pay: Is that legal?

Favoritism is rampant in the business world. But is it legal in your workplace? Favoritism is definitely troublesome, because it can lower morale and lead workers to sue your company if they assume...
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Company settles ADA suit with worker: Can EEOC still investigate?

The point of settling a lawsuit is to minimize the financial damage and prevent the company’s name from being dragged through the mud. In other words, to stop a problem before it becomes larger....
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7 in 10 firms hiring over past 12 months: Was yours one of them?

More than seven in 10 companies have added staff in the past year, and more organizations are offering employees a 401(k) plan, according to a recent study. So how’s it going at your place?   Here...
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4 ways your managers can get employees to speak up about problems

Managers and HR pros know how important it is to hear about workers’ problems early on.  That way, you can resolve the issues before they spiral into larger problems. But getting workers to speak up...
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