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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. Micheal Moore presents the E-Verify nightmare. 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. Lisa tells us how to Crush Positive Employee Relations.

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. Micheal Moore presents the E-Verify nightmare. 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. Lisa tells us how to Crush Positive Employee Relations.

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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.