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HR Technology in 2017: Disruption Ahead – Josh Bersin
This week we publish our HR Technology Disruptions for 2017, and I expect to see some radical changes in the year ahead. Let me summarize the highlights here.
Tags: HR Technology
100+ HR Technologies Worth Watching In Q4 2016 – Recruiting Daily
I’m excited to share my new “HR Technologies to Watch” list of interesting technologies. Read more.
Tags: HR Technologies
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Labor Report Urges Study Of A Federal Role In State Workers’ Comp Laws – NPR
“Working people are at great risk of falling into poverty,” the Labor Department says in a new report on changes in state workers’ comp laws. Those changes have resulted in “the failure of state workers’ compensation systems to provide [injured workers] with adequate benefits.” Read more.
Tags: Workers Comp Laws
How To Hire In An Unsexy Industry – Fast Company
Even perennially unpopular industries can attract top talent if they know what strategies to use. Read more.
Tags: Attracting Top Talent, Recruiting
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Did You Know
October is National Popcorn Poppin’ Month; it became “official” in 1999 under Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman. So, pop some popcorn and use #popcorn on social media to spread the word.
Term of the Week
Workers Compensation: A form of insurance to reimburse employees who are injured or contract an illness in the course of preforming their job, in exchange for mandatory relinquishment of the employee’s right to sue his or her employer for the sort of negligence. Laws vary by state, but employers are required to carry appropriate workers’ compensation insurance, to ensure sufficient funding to cover the types of injures that are likely to occur in their workplace. Such insurance types include disability insurance, health insurance, life insurance, or a wage replacement provision.
Vendor M&A And Partnership News
A sampling of this week’s mergers and acquisitions announcements from around the human resource marketplace – and other partnerships. Latest news here.
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