Bringing on talent as your business grows is a big step, and depending on your needs, there are several options to consider. According to CareerBuilder’s 2017 midyear hiring forecast, 40 percent of employers said they planned to hire full-time, permanent employees this year, while half of all employers anticipate adding temporary or contract workers. So […]
HR professionals are talking a lot about “hiring for fit,” and the concept seems sound. After all, to create and maintain a strong corporate culture, companies would seem well-served to ensure that new hires will fit into that culture. But is there a flip side to this commonly held wisdom? Could building a culture based […]
Employers want to attract Millennials, who will make up half the U.S. workforce by 2020, without violating the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
Democrats in both houses of Congress have introduced legislation that would overhaul the nation’s credit reporting system—including by restricting the use of credit information for most employment decisions—in the wake of one of the largest data breaches in history.
California may become the 10th state to require private-sector employers to “ban the box” on employment applications asking about applicants’ criminal conviction histories.
Experts say augmented reality is poised to bring dramatic changes to the workplace, with the potential to significantly improve workers’ productivity, enhance employee training and make worksites safer.
HR professionals may want to help Dreamers, whose work permits will soon expire, stay employed, but companies don’t have many options for assisting DACA participants.
Premium processing for all H-1B visa petitions subject to the fiscal year (FY) 2018 cap has now resumed, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The tech sector is calling for legislation to allow young, undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S.
A bill that would put California employers in a difficult position in the conflict between federal and state immigration policies has been sent to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. Employment attorneys told SHRM Online that Brown will probably sign the bill, but there’s no guarantee.