Employment Enterprises Blog

Has the College Degree Lost Its Luster?

Posted by Ira S Wolfe on Dec 11, 2018 4:00:43 PM


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Topics: Degrees, Applicants, Employer

OSHA's New Position On Post-Incident Drug Testing and Safety Incentive Programs

Posted by David Dubberly on Nov 5, 2018 3:26:01 PM


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Topics: Drug Screening, OSHA, Employer

The Role of Candidate Reputation in Modern Recruiting

Posted by Charles Coy on Aug 10, 2018 10:01:08 AM


In today's world of work, candidate reputation is becoming an increasingly important factor in hiring decisions. While the resume used to reign supreme, employers can now rely on data for a more holistic view of a candidate's experience. In fact, 50% of talent professionals and hiring managers say data is the top trend impacting how they hire, according to recent research from LinkedIn. Data effectively gives hiring managers a 3D view of an applicant's background as well as insight into their personality, helping them predict hiring outcomes, increase retention, evaluate skills gaps, and build better offers.

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Topics: Reputation, Recruiting, Employer

IRS Says ACA Employer Mandate Penalties Coming

Posted by Tabatha George on Dec 8, 2017 4:16:41 PM

The IRS quietly revised its FAQ on employer shared responsibility provisions under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in November, adding a bombshell statement that it plans to inform employers of their “potential liability for an employer shared responsibility payment, if any, in late 2017.” The announcement should put employers on high alert at the close of the year.

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Topics: IRS, Employer, Corporate Social Responsibility, Affordable Care Act, 2017

Lessons from the Harvey Weinstein Scandal

Posted by Jennifer Craighead on Nov 3, 2017 3:06:09 PM

The allegations of outrageous conduct against former film studio executive Harvey Weinstein have dominated the news for more than two weeks. If the allegations are true, Weinstein represents the quintessential “superstar” harasser–the high earning, successful leader whose bad behavior is tolerated because of his perceived value to the corporation. More reports have surfaced that this theme appears to be more common than previously imagined.

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Topics: Workplace, Harassment, Civility, Ethics, Scandal, Employer

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