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Shared from missc on 22 September 2017
In a ruling that aids employers, the Florida Supreme Court has held that home health service referrals can be a legitimate business interest protected under a noncompetition agreement.
Shared from XpertHR on 22 September 2017
Roles open to apprentices have grown by almost a fifth, vastly outstripping growth in graduate jobs.
Shared from missc on 19 September 2017
The EEOC has told employers not to report their employees' pay data when filing their 2017 EEO-1 report. However, employers should continue to report the same data about the ethnicity, race and sex of workers by job category as they filed in previous y...
Three in four recruiters have stated that attracting candidates of sufficient quality is their main concern, according to survey results released today (18 September).
More than a third of new starters have had a poor onboarding experience, while for more than a fifth it has been so bad they have changed their mind about a role, research has found.
Employees' desire for flexible working far exceeds companies' capacity to offer it, a report published today has found.
Shared from missc on 18 September 2017
Employers must use the updated version of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, starting September 18, 2017.
Shared from missc on 15 September 2017
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a $161,000 jury award to an Alabama narcotics officer whose employer refused to accommodate her need to pump breast milk following her maternity leave. The jury had found the employer illegally retaliated agains...
Shared from XpertHR on 15 September 2017
The Government has published the Data Protection Bill, which will implement the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the UK.
The Pensions Regulator is bringing the first pensions auto-enrolment prosecution over allegations that a bus company and its managing director deliberately avoided enrolling staff into a workplace pension scheme.
The number of employment tribunal claims rose very slightly during the period between April and June this year, according to the latest statistics from the Ministry of Justice.
Large employers with a financial year running from April to March should be gearing up to publish their second annual modern slavery statement by the end of September 2017.
How should employers adapt their policies on monitoring employees' use of email or other company systems in the wake of a recent ECHR decision? Sarah Ozanne explains.
Eight out of 10 (82%) ethnic minority leaders do not trust the organisations they work for, believing there is institutional prejudice against minorities in the UK workforce.