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HR 101: The history of LinkedIn

HR Brew

One year later, on May 5, 2003, Hoffman launched LinkedIn with co-founders Allen Blue, Konstantin Guericke, Eric Ly, and Jean-Luc Vaillant. Reid Hoffman came up with the idea for a professional social network in 2002. The dotcom bubble had burst, and it was a time of career uncertainty for many, particularly in the tech industry.

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HR 101: The history of the résumé

HR Brew

Faxed résumés gave way to emailed ones, and thanks to the founding of LinkedIn in 2003 —as well as other digital recruiting tools—HR had a virtual treasure trove of résumés at their fingertips. From typewriters to fax machines to personal computers, the process of writing and submitting résumés became much faster and easier. Fast-forward.

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HR 101: Let’s talk about unlimited PTO

HR Brew

Netflix was an early adopter of unlimited PTO, adopting the policy in 2003, according to Inc. But employers didn’t start to offer unlimited PTO—which doesn’t accrue and is open-ended, according to Bamboo HR —until the 21st century.

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Illinois Signs Pay Transparency Law HB3129

Berkshire Associates

On August 11 th , Governor Prizker signed HB3129 which amends the Illinois Equal Pay Act of 2003 and will require employers to provide pay and benefit information on job postings. Illinois is the most recent state to join the growing list of states with pay transparency laws. Below is a more in-depth review of the new law.

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What is “Diverse Slate” Hiring?

Ongig

The NFL, interestingly enough, helped launch diverse slate hiring with the implementation of the Rooney Rule in 2003. Where did the concept of “diverse slate hiring” come from? This rule requires minority representation among the coaching staff.

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Illinois Equal Pay Act To Require Employer Pay Data Reporting

Trusaic

First, SB 1480 amends Illinois’ Equal Pay Act of 2003 to require certain employers to obtain an “Equal Pay Registration Certificate”. Importantly, SB 1480 provides Illinois regulators with the broad power to audit a business to ensure compliance with the Equal Pay Act of 2003. The Equal Pay Registration Certificate.

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Illinois Equal Pay Act To Require Employer Pay Data Reporting

Trusaic

First, SB 1480 amends Illinois’ Equal Pay Act of 2003 to require certain employers to obtain an “Equal Pay Registration Certificate”. Importantly, SB 1480 provides Illinois regulators with the broad power to audit a business to ensure compliance with the Equal Pay Act of 2003. The Equal Pay Registration Certificate.

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