Tag: transparency

Blacklisting Rule Halted Ahead of Effective Date

The so-called blacklisting rule will not take effect on October 25, 2016 as planned. A federal district court Monday night granted a request to temporarily halt the regulation requiring federal contractors to report employment law violations to agencies that award contracts (Associated Builders and Contractors of Southeast Texas, et al. v. Rung, No. 1:16-cv-00425 (E.D. […]

Could It Only Take 60 Seconds to Lose Top Talent?

Well, not 60 seconds, but 10 days according to internationally-known HR thought leader John Sullivan, PhD. He cited research by Officevibe.com and says that the best candidates only stick around the job market for 10 days! Check out his tips on what you can do with that limited time frame.

Use Value & Outcomes to Assess Plan Fees, TIAA-CREF Says

Retirement plan sponsors now have more information than ever before about the fees they are paying for plan services. This helps meet fiduciary obligations to monitor and assess the “reasonableness” of plan fees, but it also can lead to uncertainty about how best to meet these obligations. The large amounts of information provided by the […]