A recent survey finds that job satisfaction depends, at least in part, on the work you do. It also depends on where in the country you live and work.
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Recent research has shown that many take their application materials for granted when a fine-tuning to approaching revisions and the materials themselves might be in order.
Medical marijuana legalization is becoming more prevalent, as states continue to legalize marijuana for medical and recreational purposes. This new trend has created legal ramifications for employers, who have struggled to create and maintain drug testing policies to keep pace with differing state laws. Employers can still enforce drug-free workplace policies and implement drug-testing policies, […]
An African-American railroad worker alleged that he was denied overtime and certain training due to race discrimination, and his employer denied the allegations. Read on to see what happened, how the court ruled, and the training takeaway for employers.
Workplace safety is important, and there are many opportunities for trainers seeking to educate organizations and their employees on the subject. Today, guest columnist Clare Condon takes a peek at what jobs look like for environment, health, and safety (EHS) professionals interested in training. Here’s a hint: Bone up on technology and social media!
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.
Two years ago during his State of the Union address, President Obama challenged employers and educators to double the number of apprenticeships offered by 2019. It seems that they are listening.
By Meghan Siket, JD Employers are prohibited from interfering with, restraining, or denying the exercise of, or the attempt to exercise, any right granted to employees under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). You are also prohibited from discriminating or retaliating against employees for exercising or attempting to exercise any FMLA right.
By Connor Beatty, JD
Sometimes it’s not about how you win but how you lose. That was the lesson Coach Dave Belisle taught his Rhode Island baseball team last year when they lost 8–7 in a Little League World Series elimination game. This video clip shows the story of the team and the words the coach used following their […]