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SHRM to Join Lawsuit Against NLRB over ‘Ambush Election’ Rule Lawsuit challenges shrinking of time employers have to communicate their side about unionization before an election by not permitting the filing of briefs on who is in and out of a unit until after the election. 

Is Technology a Double-Edged Sword for Employees?
While most information technology professionals, human resource practitioners and attorneys agree that every organization should have strong technology and Internet usage policies, disagreement arises on just how limited or expansive employee access to information systems should be.

And Top Business Leadership Stories for 2014 Are ...
HR professionals in 2014 wanted advice on how to keep employees engaged, create a values-centric culture and make HR more of a business partner.

DHS Adds Five Countries to H-2 Visa Eligible List
The Department of Homeland Security added five new countries to the list whose nationals are eligible to participate in the H-2A and H-2B visa programs in 2015.

Court Strikes Down DOL Wage Guidance for H-2B Workers
An appeals court vacated federal guidance that allowed employers to use privately funded surveys to set the prevailing wages for foreign workers brought into the U.S. under the H-2B visa program.
 
 

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