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SURVEY REVEALS EMPLOYER TRENDS REGARDING LEAVE MANAGEMENT, PROCESSES

hr.lbr | May 12, 2016

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The landscape of employer leave management continues to undergo change and is increasingly complex. However, results of the fifth annual DMEC Employer Leave Management Survey show that employers of all sizes are mastering compliance and other challenges posed by new leave laws and reinterpretations of regulations....

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LAYOFF PROCESS SHIELDS EMPLOYER FROM RETALIATION CLAIM

| April 18, 2016

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In response to tough economic conditions, a business may need to reduce its workforce. Anytime you are faced with a reduction in force (RIF), there's a possibility that an employee who was terminated will assert claims of discrimination....

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WANTED: HR ROCK STARS AT TESLA

Hrm Online | April 12, 2016

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A wide range of companies are demanding and actively leading the development of more progressive forms of HR. The models and approaches can be quite different but we get the point completely: HR is changing and the early convoy of bandwagons is growing in number every day.” Ben Whitter, leader of organisation and people development at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China, talked about how the HR role is changing… in a good way. One company which stands out here, he said, is Tes...

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SEVEN YEARS OF ROCK BOTTOM INTEREST RATES PUSH SEVEN MILLION MORE UK EMPLOYEES TO WORK PAST 65

| April 15, 2016

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Nearly a quarter of UK workers say their savings and retirement plans have been impacted by historic low 0.5 percent base rate. Two thirds of UK employees now expect to work beyond retirement age. 44 percent of employees likely to work beyond 65 blame insufficient pension savings. Spotlight on pensions in recent years has increased consumer awareness of low contributions. Almost one in four UK workers say they expect to work past the age of 65 as a result of low interest rates, according to rese...

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SURVEY REVEALS EMPLOYER TRENDS REGARDING LEAVE MANAGEMENT, PROCESSES

hr.lbr | May 12, 2016

The landscape of employer leave management continues to undergo change and is increasingly complex. However, results of the fifth annual DMEC Employer Leave Management Survey show that employers of all sizes are mastering compliance and other challenges posed by new leave laws and reinterpretations of regulations....

Read More
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LAYOFF PROCESS SHIELDS EMPLOYER FROM RETALIATION CLAIM

| April 18, 2016

In response to tough economic conditions, a business may need to reduce its workforce. Anytime you are faced with a reduction in force (RIF), there's a possibility that an employee who was terminated will assert claims of discrimination....

Read More
news image

WANTED: HR ROCK STARS AT TESLA

Hrm Online | April 12, 2016

A wide range of companies are demanding and actively leading the development of more progressive forms of HR. The models and approaches can be quite different but we get the point completely: HR is changing and the early convoy of bandwagons is growing in number every day.” Ben Whitter, leader of organisation and people development at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China, talked about how the HR role is changing… in a good way. One company which stands out here, he said, is Tes...

Read More
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SEVEN YEARS OF ROCK BOTTOM INTEREST RATES PUSH SEVEN MILLION MORE UK EMPLOYEES TO WORK PAST 65

| April 15, 2016

Nearly a quarter of UK workers say their savings and retirement plans have been impacted by historic low 0.5 percent base rate. Two thirds of UK employees now expect to work beyond retirement age. 44 percent of employees likely to work beyond 65 blame insufficient pension savings. Spotlight on pensions in recent years has increased consumer awareness of low contributions. Almost one in four UK workers say they expect to work past the age of 65 as a result of low interest rates, according to rese...

Read More