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As we near 2018, the workplace is rapidly changing around us. Technology is more immersive than ever and competition in the workplace is becoming more fierce.   With a more competitive field for job-seekers, it has become more common for job-seekers to…

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When bringing in new talent to the workplace, most companies weed out bad apples at the pre-hire stage. The exact premise of this is to evaluate the total risk of the hire and make sure they are fit for said position. Lucia Bone is the founder of the…

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Resume Fraud Approximately half of all applicants lie on their resumes or commit outright fraud. If you are able to determine which applicants have misstated their credentials, you can eliminate them from the get-go without wasting any more time in the…

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The importance of conducting periodic background checks and drug screens post-employment cannot be overstated. Case in point: Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito. Harvard educated Dean of the prestigious Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern…

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Unfortunately, no place is completely safe anymore. Someone is sexually assaulted every 98 seconds in the U.S. [1] That means 570 people experience sexual violence every day. [2] As we have seen in the news with Harvey Weinstein, how much else is hidden…

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#drugabuse #humanresources #employment #opioid Drug consumption has reached its highest rate among college-aged students, especially marijuana. According to a study from the University of Michigan, 51% of full-time students have used an illicit drug…

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Whether you are a small company or large – is it worth reality checking your employees? The answer is yes. Here’s why: According to Steven Levitt, Economics professor and co-author of Freakonomics, stated more than 50% of people lie on their resumes.…

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Understanding the U.S. Court System The United States court system is actually made up of several court systems: a federal system and 50 state systems. Each has its own organization and processes. All are multi-tiered. Usually, legal cases begin in a…
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