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Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming various aspects of our lives, including the hiring process. Employers are leveraging AI technologies to streamline recruitment, screen applicants, and conduct interviews. While AI offers numerous benefits, it is crucial for organizations to understand the legal considerations and implement best practices...

Whether you need to offer benefits depends on your health plan eligibility terms. However, offering benefits to interns can enhance your employment brand and reputation in college placement offices and within the labor marketplace overall. Summer interns by nature are “temporary” employees as their duration of...

The first day at a new job sets the tone for an employee's experience, and growing companies understand the significance of providing a structured onboarding process. Surprisingly, 80% of these companies have a first day checklist, while only 66% of flat or declining businesses have...

Whenever an employee files a complaint with the HR department, the issue at hand should be taken seriously. Failure to properly address the matter, whether intentional or not, can result in the employee feeling demoralized. Employees who do not feel heard may turn to the...

On July 26, 2023, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) updated its Visual Disabilities in the Workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act guide that explains how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to job applicants and employees with visual disabilities. It outlines when an...

You’ve heard about scammers impersonating government agencies, global retailers, and even members of your family. The latest variation on job scammers targets business professionals, luring them in with what appear to be attractive job offers from well-known companies. You’ll be amazed at how low these...

COBRA is short for the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985. It’s a federal law that allows certain employees and covered dependents to elect to continue their same group health coverage, at their own cost, when it would otherwise be discontinued because of a...

The offer letter should outline the expectations and benefits of the job and provide explicit details about compensation. Ideally, it provides the candidate with all the information they need to make an informed decision about whether to accept the job or not. A standard offer...

Workplace experts are advising businesses to check on the required federal posters they display at their businesses. Some recent regulatory changes have led to poster modifications this year, and HR departments need to review the rules and post the latest notices. According to the Society for...