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STAR TRIBUNE NAMES BI WORLDWIDE A 2019 TOP 150 WORKPLACE

BI WORLDWIDE | June 12, 2020

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If there's one thing we know, it's this: Investing in the happiness of your employees is a direct investment in the happiness of your customers. That's why we work hard every day to create a culture where our own employees feel included, recognized and appreciated. Without their loyalty and efforts, we could never deliver the level of work we promise to you, our customers. It's also why we're so excited to share the Star Tribune has named BI WORLDWIDE to its coveted li...

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HR Dive | March 30, 2020

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President Donald Trump March 27 signed a bill approving a $2 trillion new coronavirus relief package. After days of negotiation, the House approved the bipartisan legislation — the largest stimulus in U.S. history. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) provides small businesses and nonprofits with 500 or fewer employees almost $350 billion in partially forgivable loans. The bill will supply "$500 billion in support for hard-hit industries," Trump said...

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A.I. IS TRANSFORMING THE JOB INTERVIEW—AND EVERYTHING AFTER

WeeklyReviewer | January 20, 2020

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In his Amsterdam offices, about an hour’s drive from his company’s largest non-American ketchup factory, Pieter Schalkwijk spends his days crunching data about his colleagues. And trying to recruit more: As head of Kraft Heinz’s talent acquisition for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, Schalkwijk is responsible for finding the right additions to his region’s 5,600-person team. It’s a high-volume task. Recently, for an entry-level trainee program, Schalkwijk receiv...

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3RD CIR. OKS PHILLY SALARY HISTORY BAN

HR Dive | February 07, 2020

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The City of Philadelphia may enforce a 2017 law that prohibits employers in the city from inquiring about prospective employee's pay history or relying on pay history in determining wages, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Feb. 6 (Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce v. City of Philadelphia, Nos. 18-2175 & 18-2176 (3rd Cir. Feb. 6, 2020)). The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce filed a suit individually and on behalf of some of its members seeking to enjoin the ordina...

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STAR TRIBUNE NAMES BI WORLDWIDE A 2019 TOP 150 WORKPLACE

BI WORLDWIDE | June 12, 2020

If there's one thing we know, it's this: Investing in the happiness of your employees is a direct investment in the happiness of your customers. That's why we work hard every day to create a culture where our own employees feel included, recognized and appreciated. Without their loyalty and efforts, we could never deliver the level of work we promise to you, our customers. It's also why we're so excited to share the Star Tribune has named BI WORLDWIDE to its coveted li...

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$2T COVID-19 PACKAGE PRIORITIZES RELIEF FOR WORKERS, SMALL BUSINESSES

HR Dive | March 30, 2020

President Donald Trump March 27 signed a bill approving a $2 trillion new coronavirus relief package. After days of negotiation, the House approved the bipartisan legislation — the largest stimulus in U.S. history. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) provides small businesses and nonprofits with 500 or fewer employees almost $350 billion in partially forgivable loans. The bill will supply "$500 billion in support for hard-hit industries," Trump said...

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A.I. IS TRANSFORMING THE JOB INTERVIEW—AND EVERYTHING AFTER

WeeklyReviewer | January 20, 2020

In his Amsterdam offices, about an hour’s drive from his company’s largest non-American ketchup factory, Pieter Schalkwijk spends his days crunching data about his colleagues. And trying to recruit more: As head of Kraft Heinz’s talent acquisition for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, Schalkwijk is responsible for finding the right additions to his region’s 5,600-person team. It’s a high-volume task. Recently, for an entry-level trainee program, Schalkwijk receiv...

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3RD CIR. OKS PHILLY SALARY HISTORY BAN

HR Dive | February 07, 2020

The City of Philadelphia may enforce a 2017 law that prohibits employers in the city from inquiring about prospective employee's pay history or relying on pay history in determining wages, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Feb. 6 (Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce v. City of Philadelphia, Nos. 18-2175 & 18-2176 (3rd Cir. Feb. 6, 2020)). The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce filed a suit individually and on behalf of some of its members seeking to enjoin the ordina...

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