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SHRM HR Issues Update 
 

Public Policy News for the HR Professional     
8/24/2007   
 
 

Your Views Matter 

Tell Us What You Think!
With the 2008 Presidential Election still more than a year away, the 18 candidates vying for their party's nomination have already participated in as many as 10 debates. If you've missed most of these events, don't worry. Many more are scheduled well into next year. [More]
Employee Verification 

DHS 'No-Match' Rules Have Some Teeth
If you recently received a “no match” letter from the Social Security Administration (SSA), now is the time togive it a second look and add it to your "to do" list. [More]
Pennsylvania UC Cases 

SHRM Victory in Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Cases
HR professionals (and non-lawyers) rejoice! On August 9, 2007, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled that non-attorneys may represent an employer in unemployment compensation proceedings. [More]
Retirement Planning 

Social Security Administration Creates Resource for HR
With baby boomers beginning to retire, HR professionals will be faced with a myriad of questions from employees on how to prepare for and what to expect from Social Security. [More]
Member Advocacy 

Have You Attended a Town Hall Meeting with Your Legislator?
With little more than a week left in the August congressional recess, a number of legislators have scheduled town hall meetings to talk with voters back home. These meetings provide you with an excellent opportunity to hear the unfiltered views of your elected officials and to express your opinions on many of the HR-related issues Congress could vote on later this fall. [More]
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