Griggs v. Duke Power Co. [Legal Tuesdays]

In the first installment of #LegalTuesdays I want to highlight the Griggs v. Duke Power Co. case from 1971. This is one of the fundamental court cases that essentially explains the following obligations that employers have regarding: Why job descriptions must not...

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A Guide To Understanding I-9 and E-Verify

Federal law calls for a Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility Verification) to be filled out before any new member of staff can start work. This form confirms that the employee has approval to work in the United States. Correct completion of I-9 forms is one of the best...

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What HR Can Learn From Steve Jobs

  Game changer. Visionary. Legend. When describing any other man, these words would stand tall. However, these words don't do justice to the man who birthed such revolutionary products such as the Macintosh computer, iPod and the iPhone....

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Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction… Two Sides, Two Coins…

“The things that make people satisfied and motivated on the job are different in kind from the things that make them dissatisfied.” - Frederick Herzberg Contrary to logic and common ideology, what's making your employees dissatisfied at work might not be remedied by...

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When to hire and not to hire a consultant:

When to hire a consultant: "Why a business needs an outside consultant is pretty basic, says Mike Meikle, CEO of the Hawthorne Group, a managment and technology consulting firm. 'A consultant can be thought of as a tool that can implement a solution or solutions that...

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Press Release: Jumpstart:HR Opens For Business

Jumpstart:HR 12913 Laurel-Bowie Road Suite 204 Phone– 301-910-8660 PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Joey Price Office: 301-910-8660 Email: Jumpstart:HR Announces New Human Resources...

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