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Changes Ahead
for EEOC?
President Trump's nominees to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission could signal a sea change for employers, legal experts say.
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The Future of Federal Labor Relations
In the wake of President Trump's recent executive order rescinding labor-management forums for federal workers, former union official fears grievances will "go through the roof."
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The Downside of Collaboration
Collaboration may be one of the buzziest buzzwords in the workplace dictionary, but experts say the collaborative structure can have serious down sides, and must be implemented with careful planning and thought.
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'Renewed Attention' to ADEA
As the Age Discrimination in Employment Act reaches its golden anniversary, legal experts warn employers that three recent cases could portend an uptick in age-related suits.
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Navigating ADA Compliance
A recently filed EEOC suit involving a deckhand's "perceived disability" highlights some of the ADA requirements that could sink employers in court.
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What to Do About DACA
While both employers and immigrant workers await a Congressional solution to the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program, legal experts say employers are concerned that there will be other changes to immigration policies and enforcement.
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Monitor with Caution
A recent European court's decision has tightened the employer rules on monitoring employees' emails. Legal experts say the impact on multinationals is likely minimal.
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What's Coming Next in HR Tech
Look for voice-activated workplace apps, a variety of AI-aided systems and sprint-speed project trials and launches to soon enter the workplace, according to experts at the HR Tech Conference in Las Vegas.
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Six Principles for Innovation
Former Google CHRO Laszlo Bock shared six steps for fostering innovation during his opening keynote address at the 2017 HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas.
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Failure to Engage
Although engagement levels among male and female employees appear to be similar, a deeper dive reveals some troubling findings.
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