Educated Evaluations

HRO Today

But despite its longevity and success at uncovering discrimination, this approach has a few major limitations. IRR sifts through piles of resumes using the data generated from their ratings of 40 hypothetical candidates.

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Making Social Media Work for You—Not Against You—in Recruiting for Diversity

HR Daily Advisor

In December 2017, the Communications Workers of America and three individuals filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court in California against companies they claim are unlawfully discriminating against people because of age.

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“Follow through on your commitments to create a great work culture” With author Karen Jaw-Madson

Thrive Global

gathered data showing the importance of culture to companies, but only. scandals and other business risks like safety, finances, compliance, harassment, discrimination, and even illegal activity. Community Authority Magazine SHEROSFollow through on your commitments.

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“5 things I wish someone told me before I became a VP”, with Rebecca Weizenecker of FundThrough

Thrive Global

Fortunately, that casual discrimination isn’t something I have to endure daily. I would say the most striking difference between my actual job and how I thought it would be is the amount of data analytics that is involved. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

The Bamboo Project Blog: Is An Online Identity Necessary and What Should You Do to Maintain It?

The Bamboo Project Blog

A few days ago, I posted on transparency and an excellent article in WIRED magazine on The See-Through CEO. Anything where discrimination is possible is something to think about before posting.

HR’s 2018 year in review part one


At the end of this year, and currently in Manchester’s law courts, is a tribunal claim brought by Olympic cyclist Jess Varnish against British Cycling and UK Sport for wrongful dismissal and sex discrimination. General Data Protection Regulation.

Résumés are nonsense (and we all know it)

The Chemistry Group

A field experiment on Labor Market Discrimination conducted by Faculty Research Fellows Marianne Bertrand and Sendhil Mullainathan of the National Bureau of Economic research, revealed that resumes with Caucasian sounding names like Emily Walsh or Greg Baker were 50% more likely to get a callback than the identical resume with an African American sounding name such as Lakisha Washington or Jamal Jones. Another Fortune Magazine gem.

Joint Employment Policies and the FMLA

HR Daily Advisor

The primary employer is prohibited from interfering with a jointly-employed employee’s exercise of or attempt to exercise his or her FMLA rights, or from firing or discriminating against an employee for opposing a practice that is unlawful under the FMLA.

Résumés are total nonsense (and we all know it)

The Chemistry Group

While one may have expected that improved credentials may alleviate employers’ fear that African-American applicants are deficient in some unobservable skills, this is not the case in our data,’ the authors write. Another Fortune Magazine gem.

WIRTW #484 (the “happy place” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Discrimination. Would you require a new C-Suite hire to affirm no history of discrimination at work? — How I Infiltrated a Fortune 500 Company with Social Engineering and 4 Proactive Steps to Avoid Being the Next Data Breach Victim — via Dark Reading. What’s your happy place?

Taking a ‘Lean In’ View of Compensation for Women


However, as reported in an extensive and well-researched article in the March issue of Time magazine, an estimated two-thirds of the supposed pay gap can be attributed “not to institutional discrimination, but to choices that women make.”

Bedsharing Deaths‚ Structural Racism‚ and Poverty – An Excerpt from Safe Infant Sleep: Expert Answers to Your Cosleeping Questions

Thrive Global

This is not just because they have less control over and access to financial resources, due to generations of inequality, but also because of the constant structural, social, and psychological violence of racism and general discrimination. Mothering Magazine, 114, 28–37.

Trump's First Labor Nominee: Burgers, Bikinis and Mocking Low Wage Workers.

The HR Capitalist

I think it’s very American,” Puzder, who’s 66, said of that ad to Entrepreneur magazine. “I Department of Labor’s investigations into CKE restaurants turned up at least one violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act , according to data compiled by Bloomberg BNA.

Does the Ratio of CEO to Employee Pay Really Matter?

TLNT: The Business of HR

As Fortune magazine calmly pointed out in The Big Flaw in the SEC’s Pay Ratio Rule : The rule is well intentioned. CEO pay in 2014 was an eye-popping 373 times that of an average worker, according to data compiled by the AFL-CIO, and a sharp rise from 331 times in 2013.

Seven Powerful Ways to Use Tech to Overcome Recruiting Bias


The online magazine Rework cites the value of using big data for HR —including predictive analytics, talent analytics, HR analytics, and human capital analytics—as a means for reducing discrimination and bias.

Why should employers care about the gender pay gap?


They represent old data. Glamour magazine invited 12 people to its offices last year to discover the gap for themselves. Nurul, one of the data analysts, looked around at the cards. CEOs rarely wake up one day and decide to discriminate with pay.

#HotInHR: Microsoft Developing HCM Apps, Why Women Quit Working, More Workers Teleworking


It is crucial that the law (Equality Act 2010) is amended so that gender neutral dress codes become the norm, so that they do not exacerbate discrimination. New data from the American Community Survey (ACS) is available making it possible to provide an update of the share of teleworkers by occupation. Training Magazine’s Training Conference & Expo , Jan 30 – Feb 1, San Diego, CA, #trgconf . Sign-Up For Our Weekly Recap Of HR Funding News.

Is radical transparency right for your business?


Radical transparency can be loosely defined as actions and approaches that radically increase the openness of organizational processes and data. You could face discrimination complaints and lawsuits, or experience a wave of resignations that might cause certain departments – or your entire company – to grind to a halt. Radical transparency isn’t limited to salaries and employee data or metrics.

WIRTW #439 (the “Texas teardrops” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Here’s what else I read this week: Discrimination. 7th Circuit To Revisit Title VII Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ruling — via The Labor & Employment Law Blog. Navigating the New World of Mobile Rules at Work — via Workforce Magazine.

WIRTW #447 (the “Gorsuch” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Here’s the rest of what I read this week: Discrimination. How Feedback Apps Can Help Improve Employee Retention — via Workforce Magazine. 5 Privacy and Safety Tips On Data Privacy Day — via Shear on Social Media Law.


True Faith HR

Coincidentally, in the March 5 editio n of ESPN-The Magazine, Molly Knight highlights the Los Angeles Dodgers Senior Director of Medical Services, Stan Conte. For over a decade, Conte has been trying to collect enough data to develop a compelling methodology.

WIRTW #385 (the “there’s no such thing as a free lunch…” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

via Donna Ballman’s Screw You Guys, I’m Going Home Full return to work R.I.P. — via Understanding the Americans with Disabilities Act Social Media & Workplace Technology Disparate Enforcement of Social Media Policy May Support Discrimination Claim — via Technology & Marketing Law Blog One Tweet — You’re Out! — via Employment Discrimination Report Are police officers’ Facebook postings protected speech? —

WIRTW #408 (the “jobs are all jobs and sometimes they suck” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Discrimination Here’s a novel defense to a discrimination claim. Be Wary What You Tell Fellow Employees — via Dan Schwartz’s Connecticut Employment Law Blog More on HB 2 and wrongful discharge: My response to Charlotte Magazine — via Robin Shea’s Employment & Labor Insider The Boss, Your Boss, and LGBT Rights — via EntertainHR Can an Employer’s Religious Belief Defeat a Discriminatory Firing? — Ken had a surly fan last night.

Evaluating Workplace Diversity is More Than a Numbers Game


New hiring trends and initiatives have quickly emerged in the past five years – using tools and data to drive recruiting, catering to the ever-enigmatic Generation Y (endearingly named Millennials), and improving workplace diversity. Take a look in the mirror lately?

Last Week in Talent - Monday, April 17th


In the meantime, we’ve got the brand new second edition of Last Week in Talent coming in hot with all the talent-related headlines, insights, data points and long reads to help make you the smartest and best-informed talent pro at your Monday staff meeting each and every week.

WIRTW #484 (the “what I’m listening to this week” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Here’s what I read this week: Discrimination. Cybersecurity: An Affirmative Defense to Ohio Data Breach Negligence Claims — via Privacy & Data Security Insight. Respect in a Climate of Incivility — via CEO World Magazine. A few weeks ago I listed my five favorite podcasts, and asked you for some suggestions to add to my listening queue. Had I waited a month, Hostile Work Environment would have topped the list.

Leadership: It’s All in Your Mindfulness

SAP Innovation

At stake were the jobs of thousands of people who would likely lose their employment if the deal was blocked by the Federal Trade Commission [FTC],” says Marturano, whose team was providing truckloads of data, expert witnesses, and other evidence in response to the FTC inquiry.