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EEOC issues new enforcement guidance on harassment

The EEOC has issued proposed guidance on how it plans to enforce anti-harassment provisions of several federal laws.

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Sites in a snap

Google Sites is a fast and relatively easy way to get things out there on the web.

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Ask and you shall receive

Do you need more time to file your ’16 return?

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How much do you know about employment law?

Complying with the alphabet soup of employment laws takes a big portion of HR’s day. And compliance will get even harder in 2017. How well do you know employment law? Take this quick quiz …

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Applicant who used fake SSN owed $1.4 million from employer

A federal trial court ruled that an employer violated Title VII when it denied a job based solely on a false Social Security number.

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Inject life into your message

For Julie Sweet, talking works better than writing—at least when she’s trying to connect with employees.

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Put a stop to interrupters

Numerous studies tell us that men are more likely to interrupt women than vice versa, and they interrupt women more than they do other men.

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Ensure application process is absolutely clear

Make it crystal clear how candidates should apply for jobs.

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Can we urge an employee to change her name?

Q. With Valentine’s Day around the corner and love in the air, I think it would be an opportune time to convince our employee to take her husband’s last name.

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What to do with those 122 emails

Joe Staples, writing at Martech Advisor, offers some suggestions to alleviate email interruptions for you and your co-workers.

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Snapshot: U.S. computer scientists from other nations, 1970 – 2010

The percentage of foreign-national computer scientists, many of whom came to the United States on H-1B visas, has increased steadily in the last 40 years.

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