Despite its popularity, bring your own device comes with significant challenges.
Presidential Memorandum Calls for Reviving EO Survey
A presidential memorandum issued on April 8, 2014, instructing Labor Secretary Thomas Perez to establish regulations requiring federal contractors to submit summary data on employee compensation, including data by sex and race, is a fresh call for the Equal Opportunity (EO) Survey to be revived.
NLRB Seeks Injunction Against Kellogg
The board unanimously authorized its lawyers to seek an immediate injunction in U.S. federal court against Kellogg for its part in the long-running lockout, which the NLRB sought in a lawsuit filed April 16.
A jury in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan issued a $26 million verdict in favor of MSC Software Corp. and against Altair Engineering Inc. for misappropriation of trade secrets.
The best interviewees in the world may not be the best employees, which is why some companies are asking applicants to complete real-world projects to show they are the best qualified candidates for the positions. However, there may be some wage and hour concerns.