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    Human Trafficking and Forced Labor

    Posted in: Legal Issues in HR...

    As a Federal Contractor, we are required to have a statement on Human Trafficking and forced labor.We came up with one that the CEO feels is not strong enough. Can someone share their policy with me please. You may email me privately if you wish at eabraham@ceniehoff.com Additionally, should this...

  • Roy Maurer

    Do you have an awesome safety culture?

    Posted in: Safety and Security...

    Read 25 ways to tell whether or not you have an awesome safety culture. If you can answer yes to most of these, you're doing great. If not, you have some work to do. http://www.shrm.org/hrdisciplines/safetysecurity/articles/Pages/Awesome-Safety-Culture.aspx

  • Roy Maurer

    Calif. health care violence prevention draft language...

    Posted in: Legal Issues in HR...

    The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health released draft language for a workplace violence prevention regulation for health care workers. http://www.shrm.org/hrdisciplines/safetysecurity/articles/Pages/Calif-Hospital-Violence-Prevention-Standard.aspx

  • Roy Maurer

    More employers hiring older workers, survey fin...

    Posted in: Diversity & Inclusion...

    Over half of workers (54 percent) nearing retirement age plan to continue working after retiring from their current career, up from 45 percent only one year ago, according to a study released by CareerBuilder. http://www.shrm.org/hrdisciplines/staffingmanagement/Articles/Pages/More-Employers-Hiring-Older-Workers.aspx

  • Andrew Wilson

    RE: Policy questions

    Posted in: Visa & Immigration...

    Brian, I would agree that in general it is always important to be consistent with a policy. They may want to review their needs and determine whether they want to open up the possibility for certain positions/departments and assess whether the policy needs to be revised A discrimination...

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