Safety Regulators Publish Toolkit on Protecting Hospital Workers From Respiratory Hazards

Hospitals don’t have to go it alone in trying to keep their employees safe from the risks presented by their exposure to respiratory hazards and airborne transmissible infectious diseases. Last week...
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Compliance Update 2015

Honing in on U.S. wage, hour, and absence regulations, this paper runs the gamut of compliance factors, including:Legislative developmentsKey court decisionsEnforcement actionsCommon employer mistakesEmerging...
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Workforce Management Gets a Boost from the Cloud

This paper—exclusively available from WorkForce Software—illustrates how opting for the cloud can get you even greater returns from workforce management technology. Learn about the cloud's connections...
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How to Hire, Train, and Develop a Top Talent Workforce

A ​bad hire is expensive. So expensive, one in four employers spent at least $25,000 on a bad hire in the past year.By utilizing the right training and development methods, however, you can build a top...
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Leading with Workforce Management Technology

In order to see the most benefit, organizations must lead with workforce management and they must do so with an eye toward three key issues:Ease-of-use and user adoptionSpecialization versus standardizationBusiness...
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Time & Attendance Best Practices: Handling Retroactive Calculations

The subject of retroactive calculations is an important one because timesheets are often turned in with errors. In other situations, a policy change is made effective retroactively, thus requiring whole...
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Wyoming Company Charged in Equal Pay Suit

Female accounting clerks in 12 states were illegally underpaid in comparison to their male counterpart for doing substantially similar work in similar working conditions, the Equal Employment Opportunity...
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Employer to Pay $10K to Settle Title VII Pregnancy Harassment Suit Filed by EEOC

Did personnel at ACR Mechanical Inc. harass a pregnant employee, then fire her from her job, as the EEOC alleges? Or was it just simpler to settle the case without contesting the commission’s allegations...
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Why You Should Get VMware-Certified, Now

You’re a networking engineer. You work for a great company with great benefits. You have a solid 10 to 15 years of experience behind you and you know you could get another position by making a few...
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Facebook Photo Prompts Firing

This “vet of the year” award winner went too far online–and as a result she lost his job. Our resident blogger Robin Paggi explores the legalities of the employer’s action. Facebook...
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