Over the last few posts, we’ve chatted with Emily He, Senior Vice President of Oracle’s Human Capital Management Cloud Business Group.
In part one of our interview with Emily He, Senior Vice President of Oracle’s Human Capital Management Cloud Business Group, we discussed how artificial intelligence (AI) is humanizing work for Human Resources (HR) professionals and employees, alike. Today we’ll continue our conversation with Emily and look at how AI is helping to improve the HR […]
Yesterday we listened to recruiting technology industry leaders talk about why recruiting isn’t where it needs to be. A look into the minds of the creators of this technology offers unique insights. Today we’ll hear more from the session, specifically about applicant tracking systems (ATSs).
An 83-year-old cashier who was replaced in her full-time job—by a machine—is not being a quiet member of the Silent Generation as she battles her employer for unemployment benefits and tries to find an appropriate new job after working for 67 years.
Yesterday, we explained your posting requirements under federal law. Because you’re in California, of course, your duties don’t end there. Here are the postings required of most California employers under state law:
We’re transferring a number of employees between entities, and someone warned me about “SUTA dumping.” What is that?
President Bush has signed the State Unemployment Tax Act (SUTA) Dumping Prevention Act, a law designed to target employers who abuse the unemployment tax system. Here’s an overview.
President Bush has just signed legislation to extend unemployment insurance benefits for laid-off workers. The measure will extend benefits by 13 weeks for the estimated 1.6 million workers whose normal state UI benefits are due to expire in May 2003. Plus, it will restore benefits to the approximately 750,000 workers whose unemployment benefits lapsed just […]