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State Laws Ban Access to Workers’ Social Media Accounts 
Social media has transformed the workplace and, in some cases, given employers unprecedented access to their employees’ off-duty activities.


Lawmakers, SHRM Seek Extension in Overtime Rule Comment Period 
Republican senators wrote Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez on July 24, 2015, seeking an extension of the comment period on the department’s proposed overtime rule.


Companies Have Found Something to Give Their Workers Instead of Raises
Once a staple of the American workplace, the annual raise is turning into a relic of the pre-crisis economy as companies turn to creative — and cheaper — ways to compensate their employees. 

White House Immigration Proposals Include ‘Known Employer’ Pilot
The White House released a series of recommendations designed to “modernize and streamline” the nation’s employment-based immigration processes, including greater access to green cards for workers and a provision which will speed up the visa petitions of employers that meet certain criteria. 

Employee Theft Costs Retailers Billions
New research from the National Retail Federation (NRF) found that retail outlets lost $44 billion in 2014—from shoplifting, employee and vendor theft, and administrative errors—to what the industry refers to as “inventory shrinkage." 


IRS to End Determination Letters for Qualified Retirement Plans
The Internal Revenue Service said it is eliminating the staggered five-year determination letter (DL) remedial amendment cycles for individually designed tax-qualified retirement plans effective Jan. 1, 2017.


Not an Introvert, Not an Extrovert? You May Be An Ambivert
Psychologists studying personality have long looked at the extreme traits of extroverts and introverts. Now they are focusing on the ambiverts in the middle.


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