Blog Posts in HR

An equal pay lawsuit brought by the U.S. women's soccer team against U.S. Soccer has once again brought the subject of equal pay to the forefront. If nothing else, the lawsuit is a reminder that pay equity is not just a social and ethical issue. It...Read more
Federal and state regulations can make doing business exceedingly difficult. That is a fact. But since there is no way around it, it is in the best interests of every company to fully understand and follow all applicable regulations. This leads us...Read more
More than a decade after the U.S. Congress began debating the merits of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health insurance continues to be a hot topic in the workplace. Employers are compelled by the ACA to offer their eligible workers qualifying...Read more
Setting goals for employees is not a new strategy. Companies have been doing it for decades. But what many are finding out in the era of big data is that the mere setting of goals alone doesn't do very much. In fact, goals can actually hinder...Read more
If you are old enough to remember what it was like to search for a job before there was an internet, you also know how far we have come over the last 30 years. Recruiting, hiring, and onboarding are completely different nearly two decades into the...Read more