Quit Wasting Money On Search Engine Optimization!

So, take the a person to create juicy and precise title tags. Use words and phrases that people would be likely to use in their search with your business. These are also... Read more »

How Basis For Can Produce Positive Changes To Business

that all point back on your own website which will help raise its rank in the search engines as well as drive traffic. Off-Page SEO happens not within the internet. It is... Read more »

Advantages Of Seo (Search Engine Optimization) Internet Marketing

The major search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing (in that order) process about 34,000, 3,200 and 927 searches respectively on a per second basis. A relative in itself show how vast... Read more »

A Q&A with John Ring, Former Chairman of the NLRB

John Ring served as chairman of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from April 12, 2018, to Jan. 20, 2021. On Dec. 16, 2022, he finished his tenure as a member of... Read more »

SHRM75: How a Tragedy Led to a Greater Focus on DE&I

?As it marks its 75th anniversary, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has continuously sought to drive change in diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the workplace. SHRM has long offered... Read more »

Discrimination Charge Did Not Cover Retaliation and Constructive Discharge Claims

?Takeaway: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 generally requires an employee to file a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) within 300 days in deferral... Read more »

Federal Lawmakers Propose Ban on Noncompete Agreements

?A bipartisan group of Congressional lawmakers has introduced the Workforce Mobility Act of 2023, legislation that would largely ban the use of noncompete agreements in employment nationwide. Previously introduced in 2018, 2019... Read more »

New Jersey Adopts Law Affecting Service Employees During Changes in Ownership

​New Jersey Gov. Philip Murphy recently signed Assembly Bill 4682, establishing various employment protections for specific “service employees” during changes of ownership. This law will take effect on Oct. 22. Under the... Read more »

Promise of Payment of Arbitration Fees Not Sufficient

​Takeaway: An arbitrator must receive an employer’s payment of required arbitration fees within the statutory deadline, and the proverbial “check in the mail” does not constitute payment.  ​A jewelry company in California... Read more »

Police Dispatcher’s Resisting Arrest Justifies Termination

​Takeaway: An employer’s somewhat lenient application of disciplinary penalties can come back to haunt it if it imposes more-severe consequences in later cases. Even though the employer prevailed in this case, the... Read more »

Failure-to-Accommodate Claim Proceeds to Trial Under ADA

​Takeaway: Employers must ensure that employees with disabilities have access to information that is provided to other similarly situated employees without disabilities, regardless of whether they need it to perform their jobs.... Read more »

The Star Profile and DE&I

Former employment attorney and author Jathan Janove writes for SHRM Online on how to inject greater humanity into HR compliance. Jathan welcomes your questions and suggestions for future columns. Contact him at the email... Read more »

Firing Employees Lawfully in the UK

​Firing employees is a necessary part of running a company in the U.K., but it’s important to do it in accordance with the law. There are certain things to keep in mind... Read more »

UAW Widens Strike Against GM, Stellantis

[This article has been updated.] The strike against General Motors (GM) and Stellantis, limited up to this point, will be expanded at noon today because not enough progress has been made in... Read more »

Government Shutdown Would Disrupt Employers and Workers

​Should the federal government shut down at midnight Sept. 30, federal agencies will have to scale back operations to provide only essential services. A shutdown would be disruptive not only for federal employees but... Read more »

EEOC Partners with DOL on Legal Enforcement

​The U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) Wage and Hour Division and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will be working more closely together to enforce workplace laws across the country. The... Read more »

EEOC Releases Strategic Enforcement Plan

​The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on Sept. 21 released its Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP) for fiscal years 2024-2028. New for these years, the document emphases the EEOC’s efforts to protect... Read more »
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