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WORKTERRA | September 09, 2016
WORKTERRA will operate as a CareerBuilder company while integrating features and benefits that deliver consistent and personalized HCM solutions across the entire employee lifecycle. David Rhodes will continue serving as CEO of WORKTERRA. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. "WORKTERRA and CareerBuilder share a strong obsession around innovation, creating forward-looking technology, and delivering the features and benefits that people crave," Rhodes said. "Now our brands are pois...
WORKTERRA | May 01, 2016
Career Well-being is simply enjoying what you do each day in the workplace. This is a very important and essential element of a person’s overall well-being, after all, we spend a large chunk of time in the workplace. Thriving in career well-being not only has a positive effect on the individual’s life outside of work, but the success of the company as well. Gallup’s definition of an engaged employee is one who feels a deep connection to their company...driving innovation and mo...
WORKTERRA | March 01, 2016
Employee engagement begins the moment that the employee is hired. For some candidates, the engagement process begins during the initial interview, for others it begins the first day on the job. Whatever it may be, it is important to have an onboarding program in place to welcome the new hire into your organization. Assign a welcome team to help your new hire feel like part of the team from day one. Add a preboarding process to your existing onboarding program to ensure they have everything they ...
HR Dive | January 14, 2020
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has limited joint employer liability under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in final regulations published Jan. 12. The rule, slated to be published in the Federal Register Jan. 16, spells out the circumstances under which more than one business can be held liable for FLSA violations. It largely adopts the "four-factor balancing test" from DOL's proposed version of the rule while also clarifying that an employee's "economic dependence&...
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