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Latest Article: OSHA Says ‘Negative’ to Post-Accident Testing

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Latest Article: Big Companies Pool Big Data in New Health Alliance

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Latest Article: The Increasingly Important Role of Screening in Recruiting

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Latest Article: Doughnuts and Dialogue: Something to Chew on to Communicate Benefits

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Latest Article: Recruit Like A Marketer -                   It’s no secret that marketing has pervaded almost every corner of society. In an era of branded stadiums and high-rise buildings, apps and highly targeted social media strategies, the ability to grab so-called “mindshare” and market share is everything. Of course, it’s tempting to think about human resources outside the tractor beam of today’s marketing frenzy. For decades, HR executives and recruiters quietly went about their job ...

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Latest Article: YourForce: Hot Trends in Recruiting - People often ask: How do you come up with stories? We have lots of ways of making people talk, and sometimes the best ideas come through casual conversation. A year ago at SHRM 2015, I chatted with iCIMS’ Susan Vitale. I’ve known Susan since we first met at an Onrec recruiting conference in 2008, so I always look forward to catching up with iCIMS’ ace CMO. During our chat I asked her, “What’s the hot trend in recruiting?” Without hesitat...

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Latest Article: 5MM: Robots and Jobs - Tags: ACA, Affordable Care Act, automation, Cadillac tax, jobs, robots, technology The post 5MM: Robots and Jobs appeared first on Workforce Magazine.

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Latest Article: For God’s Sake, Think Before You Email - I have lots of readers. Thousands upon thousands. Do you know who doesn’t read my blog, however? Former DNC chair (and Congresswoman) Debbie Wasserman Schultz. How do I know? Because, if she does, she would have read this: Do I really need to tell you not to ever put something like “do we really want an obese Christian” in an email. Some things are better left unsaid, or, more to the point, un-typed. And, for god’s sake, please read t...

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Latest Article: The Benefits — or Lack Thereof — of the ‘Gig’

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Latest Article: Ohio Supreme Court Sides With Workers’ Comp Fraud
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