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16 Jan Judge Temporarily Blocks Overtime Regulations?

Texas Judge Temporarily Blocks Overtime Regulations That Were To Become Effective on December 1 On November 22, 2016, a federal court judge in Texas issued a preliminary injunction that temporarily blocks the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) from implementing and enforcing its revised white collar overtime regulations...

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17 Nov Will They Stay or Go?

Will They Stay or Go? Excerpted from Harvard Business Review To help managers identify employees at risk of quitting, professors investigated this question and uncovered a set of behavioral changes exhibited by employees that are strong predictors of voluntary quits in the 12 months after they are...

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18 Jan Is Your Hiring Process Getting Longer?

Many recruiters believe the hiring process has expanded from the standard one to four weeks to now taking three to six weeks. What is causing the delay? Lack of qualified candidates. - Although the candidate pool may often be overwhelmingly full, many companies feel there is a...

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17 Jan How to Stay Out of Trouble and Out of Court

Before terminating an employee, consider these questions: What expectation or policy was violated? How was the employee aware of the policy or expectation? Who explained the policy or expectation and when? Did the employee understand the consequences of failing to meet expectations? Was the employee given a chance to improve...

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