Human Resources

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Meet Rick Rubin. He may be the most famous person you never heard of. He dominated the music producers nominated for Grammys this year with nominations for best album in three categories.
Only after the Vietnam War ended did then-Vice President Gerald Ford find out that the South Vietnamese were incurably corrupt and incompetent.
While execs spend an average of 55 minutes interviewing staff-level applicants (and 86 minutes for management candidates), they form an opinion of job-seekers in an average of 10 minutes, according to a Robert Half poll of 150 senior execs at large companies.
Immigration raids at U.S. workplaces have jumped by more than 50 percent in the past six months, according to new Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) stats.
College students now say the Internet is their No. 1 source of job information, according to a survey.
Under a new policy, OSHA is contacting employers who’ve received Ergonomic Hazard Alert Letters (EHALs) in the past five years to determine whether those employers have fixed their ergonomic deficiencies.
A new Duke University Medical Center study shows obese employees not only add to employers’ health care costs, they also take a heavy toll on your workers’ comp costs and absenteeism rates.
Be aware that insurance companies have been known to refuse to defend a case if the policyholder doesn’t promptly report an accident or injury. And courts often agree the carrier had no liability. Best bet: Call your workers’ comp insurer right after an injury or accident. Let the carrier sort out whether it’s a covered claim.