Tag: Social Security


No-Match Letters Making a Comeback

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has been busy sending employers an “educational” letter, but you would be wise to read between the lines. With U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raising the heat on worksite enforcement audits, you should learn more about the impact the agency’s so-called educational letters can have on your immigration compliance.

An Employee Perspective on Workplace Trends

New research from Paychex sought to learn what employees, not employers, have to say about what shapes an organization. The research offers a useful perspective for any HR professional or recruiter that wonders what jobseekers are looking for when it comes to certain employment trends like benefits and retirement, pay equity, ghosting, and more.

What You Need to Know About E-Learning Security

Spending for cybersecurity is expected to exceed $1 trillion from 2017 to 2020 as more individuals start using their smartphones and data become the most important resource in the world. And hackers aren’t just searching for credit card numbers and medical records anymore. They’re searching for any bit of information about your employees they can […]

Is Your Applicant Tracking System a Security Risk?

When it comes to making sure your employee data are secure, it never hurts to be aware of the ways they can be breached. Today we’ll hear from Raquel Lawrence, content strategy associate at iCIMS about how applicant tracking systems (ATSs) can be a major source of potential insecurity.

Cybersecurity Training Part I: Awareness of Significance of the Threat

As the global economy becomes increasingly computerized and interconnected, cybersecurity threats are increasing dramatically. This trend means that there are both increasing points of vulnerability—as more connections are formed and more data is transmitted over those connections—and greater incentives for cybercriminals—as more money changes hands over the Internet and more sensitive data are stored and transmitted […]