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Leadership and career
November 9, 2016

Debunking Wage Garnishment Myths

By: Corrinne Flores Employers in the U.S. today must navigate an unorganized amalgam of federal and state legislation, agency regulations, policies and sometimes inconsistent case law to avoid costly penalties for noncompliance, not only with respect to their specific business, but also with respect to their requirements as employers generally. …
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Compliance
October 26, 2016

Workflow Technology and HIPAA

By: Dan Waldinger Health care is continually challenged with properly managing information. Because it has traditionally operated in a paper-intensive environment, that struggle continues, even while most providers have begun to actively transition to electronic health record (EHR) systems. While work is being done to ensure that EHR systems are…
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Hiring
October 24, 2016

5 Key Considerations When Negotiating an Executive Employment Agreement

Hiring and retaining capable executives who can drive performance is a top priority for most any business. Companies should want to incentivize management employees to meet their goals and, at the same time, protect themselves from poor performance or incidents of misconduct. Talented executives with coveted skills and experience have…
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Leadership and career
October 17, 2016

HR Pros Need Not Work Overtime to Address New Overtime Laws

By: Jonathan Benhamou Since 1938, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has required most employers to document their employees’ wages, hours and other employment practices. Human Resources (HR) professionals know that under the current guidelines, job titles need to align with appropriate responsibilities and compensation, otherwise companies may leave themselves…
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Leadership and career
September 16, 2016

How Secure is Your HR Data?

By: Ron Arden When you think about an HR Department, you think about potential applicants, the interview process, an information repository for all employees or your own engagement with the company. Of course during the first week of November you consider HR to be the keeper of all things benefits…
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Compliance
August 10, 2016

3 Ways to Prepare for the New FLSA Regulations

By: Laura Kerekes and Renee Farrell Last month, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced it would be changing the long-standing Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations for minimum salary requirements for "white collar" exempt employee status and overtime pay. These new regulations, which go into effect December 1, raise the…
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Leadership and career
January 20, 2016

HR Technology Evolving at a Radical Pace

New research provides an in-depth analysis of the differing issues that matter most to HR professionals and job seekers CHICAGO – January 19, 2015 - SilkRoad (www.silkroad.com), a global leader in cloud-based talent management solutions, today announced new TalentTalk research on the “State of Talent Management,” with a live webcast to follow on February 3.…
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Uncategorized
November 24, 2015

Ranking and Yanking Your Performance Management Process

SilkRoad explores how employee performance review processes stack up and how to make them better. No one likes performance reviews.  Managers hate to give them and employees hate to hear them.  HR professionals across the globe are starting to believe that annual or biannual performance reviews are killing the productivity…
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Uncategorized
November 11, 2015

How to Make Your Code of Conduct More Engaging

By: Jimmy Lin The code of conduct is one of the single most important documents a company will produce. It outlines the organization’s principles and serves as a behavioral guideline for all employees. It’s meant to guide employees through ethical dilemmas and create a trusting image of the company. Despite…
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Uncategorized
September 23, 2015

5 Reasons Misclassifying Your Freelancers Is Very Risky

By: Jeff Wald The misclassification of freelancers has emerged as one of the biggest storylines within the booming gig economy. As we’ve all seen from the onslaught on seemingly endless lawsuits, the cost of non-compliance can be staggering. Fines levied by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), IRS and state agencies…
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