Congress is flirting with the idea of making paid leave a reality at the federal level. Keep reading to learn more.
Author: Renee West
Renee West, SHRM-SCP, PHR, earned the highest available certification for human resource professionals by the National Society for Human Resource Management.
Employers are once again reminded not to brush off the importance of maintaining I-9 compliance. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is planning to increase audits in 2018.
The process of prescreening and hiring the most qualified individuals for your company can be very challenging. Predictive index assessment tools are available to make easy work of the process. Read on to learn more.
It’s staggering just how many reports there have been in the news lately about sexual harassment claims in the workplace. Keep reading to learn what you can do to keep your company out of the spotlight.
Ohio’s Senate and Congressional leaders are in the process of considering legislation that would alter the state’s employment and labor law landscape. Read on to learn more.
Do you know what motivates your employees to succeed? Read on to learn how to create a positive work environment in your own business.
Hiring a new employee is not an easy task. Sure, it’s easy to fill your open position with a warm body. But that warm body will result in your business bleeding money if they aren’t the right person for the job. At least that’s what Renee West. SHRM-CP, PHR, says on this episode of unsuitable on … Continued
There appears to be agreement among those in the human resources sector that while many employers were breathing a little easier after learning of the injunction, they are far from being completely off the hook.
Your Thanksgiving dinner conversation may cover one less topic this year thanks to a federal judge in Texas. Earlier this week, the judge halted the Department of Labor’s new federal overtime rule, meaning businesses no longer have to comply with the Dec. 1 deadline originally set by the rule. For more information regarding this new … Continued