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Q. I know it’s early, but last summer we had lots of conflicts over who could take vacation during certain weeks, with several people demanding time off around holidays. I want to use a lottery system to allocate vacation time. Is this legal?
HR pros are sometimes tasked with leading the organization’s social media strategy. But in the Facebook/Twitter world, half the battle is knowing mistakes not to make.
The stand-off between Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and state Senate Democrats over state employees' collective bargaining rights has HR professionals and employment law attorneys watching with interest. Will it spell the end of organized labor or give a shot in the arm for an institution that has been fading fast in recent years?
Employee claims of job discrimination to the EEOC spiked above 99,000 last year, the highest total ever. On Jan. 11, the EEOC released more details, and those numbers yield three important lessons for employers:
Sutter Health, a Northern California health care network, pumped $60 million a month into its pension plan for more than 40,000 active and retired employees during the last quarter of 2010. The not-for-profit network promotes its pension benefit as a valuable piece of an employee’s total compensation.

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Some employers schedule multiple interviews due mostly to tradition and habit, which can waste managers’ time, alienate top candidates and unnecessarily lengthen the hiring process. Use the following guidelines to create a strategy for conducting multiple interviews and determining how many are too many.
Some employers schedule multiple interviews due mostly to tradition and habit, which can waste managers’ time, alienate top candidates and unnecessarily lengthen the hiring process. Use the following guidelines to create a strategy for conducting multiple interviews and determining how many are too many:
What's an employer to do when the documents an employee presents to prove work eligibility don't match up? Employment law attorney Nancy Delogu guides you through the process of determining where employer responsibilities stop and employee responsibilities start. Subscribers to the HR Specialist Premium Plus service can tap Delogu's expertise weekly, through the web site's members-only "Ask the Attorney" service. 
When you think “productivity tips,” your mind may turn to keyboard shortcuts or organizing tools. But here’s one tip that stands out for its ability to help you reach new heights in productivity: Get up earlier. Productive minds ranging from Benjamin Franklin to Emily Post credit an early rise with their achievement.
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