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No matter where you work, Higher Education, Business, Ministry, Nonprofit work or a church, today’s workplace is changing almost daily. Now more than ever staying abreast to changes in Human Resources related issues is very important to you and your organization.

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HR and Employment Law News

  • Pumpkin Festival a labor of love 21 Sep 2017 01:14 Pickens Sentinel PUMPKINTOWN — When it first began 39 years ago, the Pumpkin Festival hosted a handful of vendors and around two thousand people. Nowadays, it’s a little bit bigger … “We had around 35,000 people last year,” said Festival Chairman Buddy Cox. “It was the …
  • Auckland café to pay over $30,000 for employment breaches 21 Sep 2017 00:59 Scoop Press Release – Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment The Page Corner Caf that operated in Kingsland, Auckland must pay $30,405 after a Labour Inspectorate investigation uncovered a series of breaches of two migrant workers basic employment …
  • Yes, Ronald Reagan was a labor hero 21 Sep 2017 00:45 NYPOST Alex Bastani, a union chief at the federal Labor Department, is upset that the agency is inducting former President Ronald Reagan into its Labor Hall of Fame. He’d be wise to call up the union that nominated him for the honor: the Sergeants Benevolent …
  • Fletcher HR Comms Boss Moves to BNZ as Quarry Workers Strike 21 Sep 2017 00:42 Scoop Fletcher HR, comms boss Kate Daly jumps ship to BNZ; quarry workers strike Sept. 21 (BusinessDesk) - Fletcher Building's chief people and communications officer Kate Daly is leaving the country's biggest construction firm to take on a similar role …
  • Building up ND's workforce: Annual conference educates HR workers, recruiters on today's big workplace issues 21 Sep 2017 00:30 WDAZ North Dakota Commerce Commission Jay Schuler said the state is dealing with a big "challenge" right now: It had the nation's lowest seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 2.3 percent in August, but it lacks enough workers to fill open jobs …

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