Blue Sky Law Basics for Paralegals

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This live webinar is designed for paralegals, legal assistants and attorneys.
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We are in the midst of a major transformation in the workplace. In the industrial era, the focus was on task-oriented laborers whose primary output came from their hands. In the information age, knowledge embodied in employees became a central component of the economy. Now we are entering the cognitive era. In this new era, in which machines are able to learn, reason and interact with humans naturally,1 the boundaries between people and technology become blurred.


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Fireside Chat: Employee Engagement

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It's the holiday season and it's a good time to cozy up with us to learn about employee engagement. We are asking Glassdoor and BambooHR thought leaders, alongside best-selling author and employee engagement expert, Jill Christensen, some of the pressing questions we have on getting the best engagement from talent. Some of the questions include:
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Screening for Hire-archy: Background Check Trends for Unique Employee Groups

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Simple but powerful, the right structure for your background check packages can help make your hiring process more consistent and easier to manage. How do your account for finding relevant information for each job role? Can you simplify requirements down to common denominators – and make it simple to use for your hiring managers? Every organization is unique, and the same can be said for approaches to background screening. When considering how background screening packages might be arranged, some HR professionals use factors like the job location, job roles, or department, while others condense baseline screening requirements into basic packages.
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OUT OF THE IVORY TOWER – ALIGNING YOUR TALENT STRATEGY TO BUSINESS STRATEGY.

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With the level of competition today, companies are working hard to differentiate themselves and build strategies that give them a competitive edge in the market. Sadly, due to poor planning, most companies’ strategies only deliver about 63% of their promised financial value. Where is the disconnect? All too often, company strategies are put into place by senior leadership without taking into consideration the single most important element – the human factor. Many times, HR is considered a cost center rather than a key part of an organization's strategic planning. What is often missed in strategic planning is What talent resources will you need to successfully execute this strategy? What talent already exists within your organization? And are these resources part of the initial planning phase as strategies are being developed? These are questions that SHOULD be asked, but are often overlooked due to the “Ivory Tower” approach.
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Is your HR team ready for take off?

Are you a global company struggling to answer simple management questions regarding employees quickly? Is getting basic employee information slow, painful, laborious and time consuming? Do you report reactively on the past? Does your data sit in silos across multiple sources without one version of the truth? If you face any of these issues in your HR team, then join this webinar to hear from Fairsail about how HR can fly on instruments instead of flying blind.
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We are in the midst of a major transformation in the workplace. In the industrial era, the focus was on task-oriented laborers whose primary output came from their hands. In the information age, knowledge embodied in employees became a central component of the economy. Now we are entering the cognitive era. In this new era, in which machines are able to learn, reason and interact with humans naturally,1 the boundaries between people and technology become blurred.

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