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HR Dive | January 28, 2020
Ohio will soon reimburse employers that pay for employees to earn industry-recognized, technology-focused credentials. Gov. Mike DeWine, R, signed House Bill 2 Jan. 13, creating the TechCred and Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP). For the TechCred program, "the state will provide up to $2,000 reimbursement per employee and up to $30,000 per employer in each application period," according to Ohio’s Development Services Agency. For educating individuals in IMAP, &...
Unit4 | October 15, 2020
Unit4, a pioneer in enterprise cloud programming for administrations associations, today declared Unit4 ERPx, its cutting edge cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) answer for mid-market administrations associations. ERPx conveys completely incorporated ERP, HCM and FP&A, on a bound together design, with fast organization and industry-explicit advancements out-of-the-container.
Unit4, an organization with a 40-year history in conveying programming to associations where indi...
Egress Software Technologies | June 10, 2020
The latest Data Breach Incident Report from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) revealed that misdirected emails were the number one cause of data breach incidents during Q4 2019, accounting for 20% more reported incidents than phishing attacks.
In response to these findings, Egress commissioned a straw poll with CitizenMe to learn more about these email errors with 300 email users in the UK and 300 in the US. Our poll found that almost two-thirds (64.5%) of responde...
SHRM | February 19, 2020
California employers breathed a bit easier once a federal judge pressed the indefinite pause button on the newly enacted law aimed at preventing employers from utilizing mandatory arbitration agreements. Now, a few weeks later, U.S. District Court Judge Kimberly J. Mueller issued an order fully explaining her reasons for granting the preliminary injunction that blocked AB 51. The 36-page order, issued on Feb. 7, said that that the law not only would have placed arbitration agreements on unequal ...
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