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Overtime Overhaul
Newly proposed legislation calls for a more gradual roll-out of the Department of Labor's controversial new overtime rule.
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What the Internet Thinks of HR
Google’s autocomplete feature is the closest thing we have to a mind-reading machine. The search engine is so widely used, and so good at collecting data about what we look up on the web, that it can tell us what people think about nearly anything.
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Inside HR Tech

In advance of the upcoming HR Technology Conference, here are five important developments that are transforming the HR technology landscape.
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HR Technology

Get to know Vinnie Mirchandani, with 30+ years of experience in our world. Vinnie now churns out inexpensive books (rather than pricey analyst reports) based on extensive interviews and analysis. His sixth book, Silicon Collar, is a Renaissance man's view of automation in the workplace, bringing rare historical perspective and balance to the cry: "The robots are coming!"
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Talent Management

Efforts to improve job outcomes for felons released back into society have been mixed, and current legislative fixes seem to just create new problems.
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HR Leadership

Before you shake your head in disbelief at how badly scandal-damaged Volkswagen must have been managed, you might want to first ask yourself a few questions to ensure that your organization has the mechanisms in place to avoid a similar fiasco.
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Benefits

A life-altering car accident provides an opportunity to reflect on the costs associated with surviving such an event -- and how similar events can impact employees' financial health.
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Legal Clinic

Question: Can we require our employees to use an employee-assistance program? We have an employee who made a physical threat against her supervisor to a member of HR. We want to make that employee consult with a therapist at an EAP as a condition for that employee being able to return to work, as we are concerned that she may have emotional problems. Are we allowed to require that this or any other employee consult with an EAP as a condition for maintaining his or her job? Are there any laws that we risk breaking if we do this?
How Much to Disclose? May 13, 2016
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Digitizing the Candidate Experience
A better understanding of the needs of candidates -- through the use of current technology -- may lead organizations to a stronger supply of productive and loyal workers once they are hired.
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3 Ways to Keep Pace as Boomers Retire
Baby-boomer retirement has changed the face of the American workforce. And as aging employees retire -- more and more of them every day -- someone needs to fill their shoes. What is your organization doing to ensure the right people are being prepared to take their place?
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