Carnival of HR

Evil HR Lady

HR Wench writes about the Americans With Disabilities act and Age Discrimination in answering a question about a school teacher. Well, Ask a Manager positively does not like Employee of the Month Programs. Except that Ask A Manager is correct about employee of the month programs being a poor substitute for real retention strategies, so maybe fire me and promote her. But, speaking of negativity, HR Minion gives us signs that an employee has gone negative. I know.

Carnival of HR

Evil HR Lady

HR Wench writes about the Americans With Disabilities act and Age Discrimination in answering a question about a school teacher. Well, Ask a Manager positively does not like Employee of the Month Programs. Except that Ask A Manager is correct about employee of the month programs being a poor substitute for real retention strategies, so maybe fire me and promote her. But, speaking of negativity, HR Minion gives us signs that an employee has gone negative. I know.

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3 Steps to Protect Information While Leveraging Social Media

HR Daily Advisor

The number of companies maintaining a corporate presence on social media rose from 34% in 2008 to 77% in 2013 according to SHRM Survey Findings: Social Networking Website and Recruiting/Selection. Garrison, who presented a session at BLR’s 2017 Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS) titled #Protecting Information Systems , noted that social media is a powerful marketing and public relations tool for companies.

Why I’m a management-side lawyer

Ohio Employer's Law

Today, I look all the way back to April 15, 2008, for one of these reruns, to answer the question—. In a perfect world, discrimination, retaliation, and harassment wouldn’t exist. It’s an opportunity to train employers how to handle an employee relations problem better the next time. I say that mistakes can be legal or interpersonal because lawsuits don’t necessarily happen because an employee was discriminated against.