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3 Steps to Protect Information While Leveraging Social Media

HR Daily Advisor

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. He also warned that social media use by employees may result unexpected liabilities such as the loss of intellectual property and trade secrets, claims of defamation, security breaches, privacy issues, and discrimination or harassment complaints.

HR Expectations for a Social Distancing/COVID-19 Workplace

LaborSoft

More than ever, HR departments and employers will bear the burden of how to translate the guidelines into finite transitional policies for their own employees and how to assure them that their safety and well-being is at the forefront of their plans. Labor Relations Human Resources

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HR Expectations for a Social Distancing/COVID-19 Workplace

LaborSoft

More than ever, HR departments and employers will bear the burden of how to translate the guidelines into finite transitional policies for their own employees and how to assure them that their safety and well-being is at the forefront of their plans. Labor Relations Human Resources

A Full Guide to the HR Generalist

Digital HR Tech

Some companies keep the title to describe a person that performs the core people-related functions in the organization. Because recruiting is so visible, and every employee goes through this process, many people equate HR with recruiting. An HR person may help employees with their healthcare provider questions, or they may refer them to the carrier for all inquiries. Employee Relations. Employee relations includes the following activities: Management training.

WIRTW #381 (the “sensational inspirational celebrational” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

The Muppets present, 5 People You’ll Meet At Work. Here’s the rest of what I read this week: Discrimination Judge Titus Channels Inner Kenny Rogers in $1 Million EEOC Rebuke — via Employee Screen IQ Firing an employee for complaining on Facebook about discrimination = retaliation — via Eric Meyer's The Employer Handbook Blog Workplace religious accommodation, cont’d — via Walter Olson's Overlawyered Yes, employers may have to accommodate even “crazy” religious beliefs. —

WIRTW #446 (the “I wish I wrote that” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

In other news , this week President Trump named Philip Miscimarra acting head of the National Labor Relations Board. Here’s what else I read this week: Discrimination. Accommodating Employees’ Mental Health Conditions Presents Unique Challenges — via Iowa Employment Law Blog. HR & Employee Relations. Employee is Having an Affair With the Boss — via HR Bartender. 5 Background Screening Trends To Watch In 2017 — via fyiscreening.com.