Marla Presley was named to the 2023 “20 People to Know in Law” list by Pittsburgh Business Times.
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Most human resources professionals are concerned about the privacy and security of the vast amounts of personal information they manage. This article discusses steps to consider taking against the challenges.
According to the national construction industry trade association Associated Builders and Contractors, construction labor demands are high.
On September 30, 2023, Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill (SB) 553, which will require employers to establish, implement, and maintain an effective workplace violence prevention plan (WVPP).
The WVPP will require the maintenance of a violent incident log, training on workplace violence hazards, and periodic reviews of the plan. Some
On September 30, 2023, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill (AB) 800, which will provide revisions to the requirements for the issuance of student work permits along with additional requirements for schools in conjunction with Workplace Readiness Week.
AB 800 requires that starting August 1, 2024, any minor seeking the signature
Several compensation surveys show employers are budgeting for smaller merit raises in 2024 as firms slow hiring and tighten their belts
The recent Supreme Court decision on affirmative action in college admissions emboldened objectors to corporate DEI practices. Here’s what might change.
Curiosity is critical to professional success.
Boreout is a workplace phenomenon caused by little “stimulation” at work and is gaining traction on TikTok.
A generation of young professionals are already struggling with burnout at work, despite only just beginning their careers.
The numbers paint a picture of small, positive productivity gains for hybrid work.
About 4,000 workers represented by the United Auto Workers (UAW) reached an agreement with Volvo Group-owned Mack Trucks just before midnight Eastern Standard Time (0400 GMT) on Sunday, the union and the company said.
The percentage of people with disabilities in the U.S. workforce hit a record high of 21.3% last year. In our post-pandemic world, don’t reinstall barriers that push them back out.
Dwight is now monitoring your key strokes, Stanley and Kevin are always black tiles on Zoom and there’s a new Gen Z office influencer filming everything