Automate time and attendance: Seven reasons it makes good sense

An appropriate time and attendance system that meets your organization’s needs can help to eliminate and even prevent many, if not most, of the negative aspects of inaccurate and unreliable timekeeping....
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Global Payroll Strategy

If you’re frustrated by your outdated payroll system, you are not alone. Payroll is a huge challenge for today’s global companies. Check out the infographic to learn how the cloud can totally transform...
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Embrace Diversity and Congruence in the Workplace

A Guest Post by Andy Campbell, Oracle HCM Cloud Sales Evangelist (pictured left) What makes a healthy workforce? Ask a roomful of recruiters and someone will very quickly mention diversity. After all,...
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Enter to Win the Cut The Cord Sweepstakes (Valued at $500) Four chances to win!

Are you ready to cut the cable cord and take advantage of streaming services with Apple TV? Here’s your chance! Enter to Win the TradePub Cut The Cord Sweepstakes and you could win FREE streaming...
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OSHA Guide Compiles Best Practices on Restroom Access for Transgender Workers

With Bruce Jenner’s much-publicized transition from man to woman, it’s time for many, including employers, to take stock of their policies on transgender individuals. Yesterday the Occupational...
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U.S. Supreme Court Majority Sides With Teenage Muslim Girl in Religion Dispute With Okla. Store

Abercrombie & Fitch will have to defend again its refusal to hire a Muslim teenage girl because her wearing of a head scarf violated its workplace dress policies, the U.S. Supreme Court held today. In...
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EEOC Recovers $75K for Female Employee Fired by Nonprofit Group Under “No Pregnancy” Policy

Enforcing a “no pregnancy in the workplace” policy came at a cost to a Houston-based nonprofit, which this week was ordered by a federal judge to pay $75,000 for this violation of Title VII...
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Meet the trendy new lawsuit employers are getting slapped with

Regardless of what you think of lawyers on a personal level, you’ve got to admit: They’re a clever bunch. When they see a legal tactic that works, they ride it until the wheels fall off.  The...
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Chronic tardiness covered under the ADA? Hey, it could happen

You know that one irritating guy who’s late for everything? He could be asking for an ADA accommodation soon.   According to a story from London’s Daily Mail, a man who has been late for...
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Obamacare’s summer fee is due soon: Ready to pay?

If you sponsored a health plan in 2014, Uncle Sam is expecting a check this summer.  Remember the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Trust Fund Fee that you started paying in 2013 — if you’re...
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