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Employers Split on Impact of Insurance Carrier Consolidation 
Mergers among the biggest names in the health insurance industry will provide enlarged firms with greater economies of scale. But will this translate into better deals for employers and plan participants.


Interview Most Critical Factor in Hiring Process 
The interview experience is the single most influential factor in the hiring process, making or breaking an applicant’s impression of the company.


How Will the DOL's Overtime Rules Apply to Nontraditional Work Hours?
They used to be called “banker’s hours.” Now, the 9-to-5 workday is becoming a thing of the past, according to a new survey—and the Department of Labor’s (DOL) proposed overtime rules may make that a more expensive way to do business. 

Workplace Enforcement of Immigration Laws Down
Workplace audits and employer arrests for the hiring of unauthorized workers have dropped since fiscal year (FY) 2013, according to government data. 

Gap Widening as Top Workers Reap the Raises
High-level workers demand, and get, big raises. Lower-level ones get a goodbye handshake. (New York Times


USCIS Gives Final Word on H-1B Worksite Moves
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released final guidance July 21, 2015, stating that it will “generally not pursue new adverse actions” against employers solely based upon a failure to file an amended or new petition for H-1B workers who changed jobsites before April 9, 2015.


OSHA Revises Retail Exemption Under PSM Rules
Some companies with hazardous chemicals onsite but formerly exempted as retail facilities will now be covered under process safety management (PSM) regulations.


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