Workplace Drug Positives Down Significantly Since Law Passage
The passage of the Drug-Free Workplace Act in 1988 led to employers' greater awareness of the dangers of illicit drug use in the workplace, the implementation of workplace drug education and drug-monitoring programs, and a dramatic decline in positive tests for drug use among U.S. workers.
Skills Translators Just One Piece of the Puzzle When Hiring Veterans
Veterans of the U.S. armed forces and HR pros agree that translating the skills acquired in the military into skills and experiences private-sector employers understand is one of the toughest challenges they face.
Global Focus on Immigrant Training Needed
Some governments provide incentives for employers to invest in immigrant workforce development.
Low Job Satisfaction Leading to More Voluntary Exits
While hiring throughout the U.S. remains lackluster, the latest government data show that the number of Americans voluntarily leaving their employer is on the rise.
Retirement Planning Makes Strides in Workplace
In periods of weak salary growth, when most workers cannot expect a big raise from the boss or a significant bump if they switch jobs, benefits packages have become a popular tool for retention and recruitment practices
Why HR Must Be Prepared for Generation Z
Youngest Millennials will require different handling, generational expert says.
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