Tag: HR Law and Legislation

Midterm Elections: Why #HR and #Business Professionals Need to Pay Attention

On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, the U.S. has their midterm elections. According to Wikipedia, midterm elections usually have lower voter turnout than the presidential election. Some years, the turnout has been around 40 percent of those who are eligible to vote. I’ve written before about the importance of being involved […]

Learning Opportunity: FREE #HR and #Payroll eSymposium

(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by our friends at Kronos, a leading provider of workforce management and human capital management cloud solutions. Check out the latest research from The Workforce Institute at Kronos how employees across the globe view their relationship with work. Part one, “The Case for […]

Voting Impacts Our Personal and Professional Lives

Mid-term elections are coming up next month. This particular election is going to be quite interesting. The popular opinion is that American voters are extremely agitated with the status quo and there’s an expectation we’ll see major changes in our nation’s capital as a result. While it’s unknown at this […]

HR Leadership Includes HR Advocacy

I was recently reminded of an activity that I’ve participated in years ago: visiting Capitol Hill. If you’ve never done this before, the Society for Human Resource Management usually coordinates visits during their SHRM Volunteer Leaders’ Summit and Employment Law & Legislative Conference. It’s always interesting to chat with people […]