Critics Say Obamacare May Encourage 'Part-Time Society'
Disaster in Oklahoma: SHRM Resources
Some small employers are doing less hiring and cutting employees’ hours in response to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, according to a Gallup poll released May 10, 2013.
A monstrous tornado swept through the Oklahoma City suburbs on May 20, 2013, leveling the community of Moore, Okla. Rescue and recovery efforts are currently underway. These resources can assist HR with the disaster management process.
Roosevelt Thomas Jr., Pioneer in Diversity, Dies
R. Roosevelt Thomas Jr., Ph.D., a former Society for Human Resource Management board member and a pioneer in diversity management in the workplace, passed away in Atlanta on May 17, 2013. He was 68.
Exec Comp Rises Modestly; Companies Test Say-on-Pay
Top U.S. public companies made only slight increases to executive compensation levels in 2012, as emphasis shifted further toward long-term performance incentives, according to newly released research.
Lower Blood Alcohol Level for DUI Recommended
Wash.: Paid Family Leave Put on Hold
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