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gender pay disparities The knowledge of disparities in pay between men and women is not a new concept, but over the last couple of years it has become a much more widely debated topic. In 2016, it was reported that full time female employees in the United States were paid, on average, only 80 percent of what their […] continue reading this post


obamacare premium rate hike Employers and individuals across the country are bracing themselves for the next set of Obamacare premium rate hikes, as recent projections have revealed that premiums could be set to increase by up to 30% or more in some states. California-based healthcare care giant, Kaiser Permanente, is trying to boost premiums by more than 37%, on […] continue reading this post


HR technology Is technology and automation taking the “human” out of Human Resources? Some people may argue that it seems that way, but new technologies can actually improve the HR experience, and allow HR professionals to interact with employees and employment candidates on a level that was not previously attainable. Advancements in HR technology are drastically changing […] continue reading this post


Supreme Court decision Recently, a Supreme Court decision to uphold class-action waivers in arbitration agreements served as a major victory for employers. The case was centered around clauses in employment contracts that require workers to resolve labor-related disputes through arbitration and inhibit them from banding together with other workers to file class-action lawsuits. The court’s ruling provides employers […] continue reading this post


HR Challenges 2018 The HR landscape must continuously evolve to keep up with modern day trends, challenges and ever-changing employment laws and regulations. Human resource consultants are tasked with not only keeping an organization compliant, but are also heavily invested in the recruitment and retention of employees. Today’s HR administration means confronting more unique challenges than ever before […] continue reading this post