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    Many Minority Employees Feel That Their Careers Are Hampered By Discrimination

    Posted by Mary McGinley on December 8, 2017

    It’s hard to believe that more than fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, workers around the world still face discrimination in the workplace.  In the United States, being able to have a safe workplace that is free of discrimination or harassment … Read More »

    Talking To HR About Toxic Individuals

    Posted by Mary McGinley on November 24, 2017

    No one should ever have to endure a toxic work situation. When a team or even a boss makes work time nearly unbearable, the only option for some workers is to simply walk away. In an article appearing on the Huffington Post, Heather Spruill, HR … Read More »

    Learning in the Workplace a Growing Problem for Executives

    Posted by Mary McGinley on November 8, 2017

    The pace of change in the workplace today comes at breakneck speed.  Both workers and the organizations they work for are constantly seeking to upgrade skills and their knowledge base. Many feel the need for a nearly constant effort in order to keep up and … Read More »

    The Newest Changes in HR Technology

    Posted by Mary McGinley on November 3, 2017

    Like most other areas of business, the world of human resources management has been greatly affected by advances in technology. In a recent article that appeared on the Benefits News website, technology writer Dan Stanley cited a report released by PricewaterhouseCoopers in the first part … Read More »

    LGBT Workers Still Quitting Over Workplace Bullying

    Posted by Mary McGinley on October 26, 2017

    According to a survey conducted by CareerBuilder and Harris Poll, of the LGBT workers surveyed, 41% indicated that they were bullied enough on the job that it made them quit.   In a report written by Valerie Bolden-Barret on the HRDive Website, the survey was … Read More »

    The Problems of HR in Hollywood and Tech

    Posted by Mary McGinley on October 19, 2017

    Millions of women have stepped forward on social media to illustrate just how pervasive the problem is in modern society truly is. The watershed moment seems to have come after a long list of actresses and other women who are professionals within the film industry … Read More »

    AI Is Coming To HR

    Posted by Mary McGinley on October 6, 2017

    It seems that just about everyone is talking about artificial intelligence (AI) these days. According to a recent article by writer Shaun Sutner on the SearchHR Software website at the upcoming 20th annual HR Technology Conference and Exposition, AI along with HR benefits automation is … Read More »

    IRS Continues Crackdown on Pre-Tax Benefits for Workplace Healthcare Premiums

    Posted by Mary McGinley on September 22, 2017

    As the healthcare debate gets ready to heat up once again, the IRS has shut down any form or arrangement that would allow employees to pay pre-tax benefits such as healthcare premiums. These are sometimes marketed to employers as a legal way to avoid employment … Read More »

    How HR Is Handling DACA Crisis

    Posted by Mary McGinley on September 13, 2017

    HR professionals are again on the front lines and have become a part of the growing national debate over immigration reform in the United States. President Trump recently announced to phase out over the next six months the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA … Read More »

    Obama Administration Overtime Rule Declared Invalid

    Posted by Mary McGinley on September 8, 2017

    On Friday of last week in the state of Texas, a federal struck down an Department of Labor final order issued under the Obama Administration regarding overtime and declared it to be invalid.  In an article that appeared on the SHRM website, the order would … Read More »

    HR and Disaster Recovery

    Posted by Mary McGinley on August 28, 2017

    Not since 2008 has a major hurricane struck the state of Texas. Before Harvey made landfall, however, communities were coming together in preparation for the coming storm. Many of them made sure that their workers were safe and made continuity plans for the business should … Read More »

    Discrimination, The Workplace, and Violent Rallies

    Posted by Mary McGinley on August 25, 2017

    A recent rally held in Charlottesville, Virginia by white nationalists and the violence that erupted has served to inspire public discussion about hate speech and discrimination as they relate to the work environment. According to a recent article that appeared at Marketplace.Org, several people who … Read More »

    Employees Working More Off The Clock To Keep Up

    Posted by Mary McGinley on August 18, 2017

    The Rand corporation has released the results of a new survey that indicates more than half of employees reveal that they work off the clock in addition to their regular working hours. In an article that appeared on the HRDive.com website,Valerie Bolden-Barret reports that in … Read More »

    Standard HR Departments Overworked

    Posted by Mary McGinley on July 27, 2017

    It’s no secret that in today’s job market, HR professionals have more to do than ever before.  In a recent article which appeared on HRDive.com, Valerie Bolden-Barrett writes that today staffing is an astounding 100 employees for 1.4 members of HR staff. These numbers, according … Read More »

    Leadership Comes From Within

    Posted by Mary McGinley on July 21, 2017

    The never-ending question of what exactly makes up leadership keeps cropping up. What is it that makes a leader? Is it learning the skills outlined within a worker’s given job description – or is it something deeper still? In a recent article that recently appeared … Read More »

    Recruitment Metrics You Need to Follow

    Posted by Mary McGinley on July 13, 2017

    The struggle that today’s HR recruitment teams are now facing is a very real one. Getting not only qualified but the best new hires is a battle that shows no sign of abating anytime soon. Add cost and time constraints that many organizations place on … Read More »

    Watch Your Compensation Contracts!

    Posted by Mary McGinley on July 7, 2017

    Without a doubt there is a difference from making an honest mistake at work and making a really big one. No HR professional wants to be the one who makes one that ends up costing $2,666,594.03. According to a recent article appearing on the Inc. … Read More »

    Using Agile in HR

    Posted by Mary McGinley on June 29, 2017

    Today’s business organizations are required to be agile. It’s the ability to respond rapidly to changes in the marketplace without losing their original vision or momentum is what can mean either success or failure. In a recent article that appeared on the HBL.org website, Jeff … Read More »

    Software Helps Remove Unconscious Bias in Hiring

    Posted by Mary McGinley on June 16, 2017

    In today’s workplace, many companies are focusing on diversity. While resumes provide potential employers with an idea about who a worker is, things such as gender, race, age, ethnic origins of a name and other significant factors can also come into play, often unconsciously. In … Read More »

    HR and VR? Walmart is Going for it

    Posted by Mary McGinley on June 9, 2017

    There’s little doubt that in the past two decades, technology has changed nearly everything around us and will continue to do so. Companies are now looking at how the budding technology of Virtual Reality (VR) can help them train employees and enhance the overall customer … Read More »

    You Have To Stay Compliant With Laws

    Posted by Mary McGinley on May 26, 2017

    Today, more than ever, HR professionals must not only make decisions to get the right result for the organizations they work for, but they must also be able to have defensible outcomes that also mitigate risk. In a recent article that appeared at Workforce.com that … Read More »

    H-1B Visas Under Threat By Executive Order

    Posted by Mary McGinley on May 19, 2017

    The flagrant abuse of the H-1B Visa program has caused the Trump administration to take a hard look at putting in place more limitations. According to a recent article in Personnel Today, President Trump issued his Buy American and Hire American on April 18th, 2017. … Read More »

    Social Media Activity Isn’t Private

    Posted by Mary McGinley on May 5, 2017

    In today’s world of social media, sometimes it’s difficult to keep separate one’s professional persona in the workplace and the persona that one has in their personal life. According to a recent article by Jon Hyman that appeared at Workforce.com, those lines can blur between … Read More »

    Funding of ACA Subsidies In Doubt

    Posted by Mary McGinley on April 28, 2017

    Confusion about the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and what funds will be available to help lower-income Americans in paying their out of pocket healthcare expenses continues.  For the heads of health insurance companies who wanted answers on what the future may hold, … Read More »

    Workplace Wellness Programs Growing Fast

    Posted by Mary McGinley on March 24, 2017

    n Since the 1980’s the idea of wellness programs has gone from something that few companies were even interested in to being more and more integrated into the work life for most Americans today. Wellness programs in the workplace are now even being integrated into … Read More »

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