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Marijuana Laws Are Changing: Here’s What to Consider for Your Workplace

Sterling Talent Solutions

Workplace drug testing positivity rate is at its highest levels since 2004, and the positivity rate for marijuana has increased nearly 17% since 2014, and nearly 24% for federally-mandated drug testing.

Secrets And Lies: 5 Ways To Free Your Hiring Bias

TalentCulture

They’re routinely considered “too short” to be leaders in the C-suite, as shown in a study from 2004 that turned into a long-lasting benchmark on implicit bias. Circular logic, meet backasswards recruiting strategies. Hiring bias? Did I just use the b -word? Not us.

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Navigating Labor Law Changes in 2016

Synergy

The Department of Labor last updated regulations regarding minimum wage and overtime back in 2004, which means there could be significant changes coming this year. Similarly, background screening of their criminal history must wait until later in the hiring process.

Secrets And Lies: 5 Ways To Free Your Hiring Bias

SAP Innovation

They’re routinely considered “too short” to be leaders in the C-suite, as shown in a study from 2004 that turned into a long-lasting benchmark on implicit bias. Circular logic, meet backasswards recruiting strategies. It is undoubtedly part of our own set of unconscious biases that certain instances of discrimination infuriate us to the point of deciding the offender must be guilty. Hiring bias? Did I just use the b -word? Not us. So say countless companies’ recruiters.