The HR Specialist

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is in the process of converting more than 400,000 paper files, microfilm and X-rays to digital files with the help of inmates.

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Physical violence is dangerous, disruptive and can involve companies in expensive lawsuits if employees—particularly bystanders—are injured during a fight.

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If you’re paying employees to create, file and organize paper records, you’re likely wasting valuable resources and money.

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Although most documents are created, maintained, and used electronically, many organizations still send files to off-site facilities for long-term storage.

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Worried that new mothers may not return to work following maternity leave? Increase the odds by building flexibility into your work culture. Offering options for when and where work gets done is one of the best ways to encourage women to come back—and stay—after they give birth.

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What does the U.S. hiring outlook say about the difficulty of finding and keeping good employees?

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Are you putting off plans for dealing with the new salary threshold?

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The unemployment rate is down and employers have been hiring. But high workplace stress is still common.

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Con artists and hackers aren’t the only threats to your customers’ credit card numbers, Social Security numbers and other financial data. It’s easy, and tempting, for employees to access customer data that you keep.

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The Affordable Care Act has had almost no effect on the number of employees who get their health insurance through an employer-sponsored plan, according to new research by the nonprofit Urban Institute.

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