Summer is almost here, and that means a major uptick in hiring for seasonal help. Today we’ll look at a survey by Harris Poll® that explores what the summer of 2017 will look like.
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Whether you’re seeking a Montessori teacher, a college professor with tenure, or a librarian, they need a place to live. And if they’re renting, some cities are better than others. How do the job opportunities and salaries in the education industry in your area measure up against housing costs?
Yesterday we heard from Bill Driscoll, district president for Accountemps, concerning the interview process and materials. Today we will hear more from Driscoll, including tips on maximizing the value of an interview and securing the best candidates.
Workers’ compensation fraud is always good fodder for HRSBT! Case in point, a New York man was recently caught defrauding the system, as he claimed to be unable to work at his job, yet he was still able to teach kickboxing.
Yesterday’s Advisor presented advice on getting the most out of your valuable training time. Today we receive some more expert advice on another training problem: managing difficult trainees and difficult questions.
By Zachary D. Morahan, Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP “Prevailing wages” are the premium wage rates paid to employees who perform labor on a “public” project, often a construction or highway project. Employers in the construction trade know all too well that the failure to pay the correct prevailing wage can have dire consequences, regardless of […]
The seas of HR are filled with paid sick leave legislation at the state and federal level. In the wake of such changes, a new paid sick leave trend just might be emerging—paid family leave.
Fueled by heightened pressure to ensure that executives deliver immediate results, more organizations are throwing out old ideas about newcomer orientation— especially with manager-level hires.
By Susan Schoenfeld, JD As employers scramble to manage the recent onslaught of paid sick leave legislation in the states and locally, a new paid leave trend may be emerging—paid family leave.
The 2016 budget bill (S.B. 6406C) signed into law on April 4 by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo includes a paid family leave program that will provide partially-paid leave to nearly every employee in the state. New York is the fourth state, following California, New Jersey and Rhode Island, to enact a paid family leave program administered as part […]