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A Metric
Other Than Time
Companies are looking at factors other than time-to-fill when measuring recruitment's effectiveness.
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The Work Desk 2.0
A new crop of "smart" desks is making it even easier for employers to encourage healthy behaviors in the workplace. But will it work?
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Looking Ahead at the EEOC
Issues of equal pay, harassment, age discrimination and pregnancy discrimination are all squarely on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's radar, says Acting Chair Victoria Lipnic in a new interview.
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Is the Persuader Rule in Peril?
The Department of Labor recently issued a notice of proposed rulemaking that would formally rescind the Obama administration's so-called persuader rule. Experts predict that the rule's rescission is likely, saying it would take some of the guesswork out of employers' reporting requirements.
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A Wary Welcome
Many employers applauded President Trump's proposal for a national standard for parental leave, but some worry his plan could end up costing them money.
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Pledging for Diversity
A new CEO-led initiative aims to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace. But will it actually "lead to dramatic changes across organizations," as some experts suggest?
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The ADEA at 50
As the Age Discrimination in Employment Act turns 50, experts analyze how it has affected the workplace in the last half-century, and what employers can do to ensure equitable treatment of older workers going forward.
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Rethinking Telecommuting
IBM and other high-profile companies have rescinded or scaled back their remote-work policies. Should more companies follow their lead?
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Expats' Mental-Health Claims Rise
It may be time for employers to re-evaluate their global mental-health practices, in light of new research that shows employees on international assignments experiencing a greater degree of depression or anxiety.
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Cultivating Passion
Engagement can be a problem at all levels of the organization -- and senior management is no exception, according to a new study.
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