Predicting a Transformational Year for IT and HR

Samual Greegard, Baseline Amid a rapidly changing business and IT environment, perhaps only one thing is entirely clear: Digital disruption in the new normal. A recently released report from Bersin by Deloitte Consulting, “Predictions for 2015: Redesigning the Organization for a Rapidly Changing World,” underscores just how tumultuous and transformational the year will be, and […]

The Question Every CEO Should Ask The Company’s HR Leader

Liz Ryan, Forbes What do CEOs and their HR chiefs talk about? With luck, they talk about everything — about hiring, and the state of the organization, and upcoming events. I hope they talk about who’s getting promoted and who’s leaving and what’s new and how the team is holding up. There’s one question every […]

GOP Resurrects National E-Verify Mandate

by Roy Maurer, SHRM Legislation requiring employers to use the government’s electronic employment eligibility verification program to ensure that their employees are authorized to work in the U.S. will soon be reintroduced, lawmakers said. Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, announced his intention to reintroduce the Legal Workforce Act at a Feb. 4, 2015, House Judiciary Immigration […]

Supreme Court Will Hear New Case Challenging Obamacare

Richard Wolf, USA Today WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed Friday to consider a major new challenge to President Obama’s health care law. The decision to hear the case without waiting for a split among federal appeals courts represents a major victory for opponents, who had lost a unanimous verdict at the U.S. Court of […]

Ready Your Workplace for Flu Season

From the Society for Human Resource Management 11 November 2014 Concern over the deadly Ebola virus making landfall in the U.S. has dominated news coverage to such a degree that the start of the more familiar but still highly disruptive flu season passed unnoticed. And if past years are any indication, this flu season is likely to […]