Gov. Kate Brown recently signed SB 169, which makes substantial changes to the statute that limits the use of noncompetition agreements with Oregon employees. Gov. Kate…
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You may have tried-and-true questions you ask every time you interview a job candidate. But have you considered some out-of-the-box options that could reveal even more…
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LinkedIn’s new skills-based hiring initiative aims to connect employers and job seekers by identifying the core skills for open roles and then connecting qualified…
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Arbitration agreements signed by delivery drivers cannot bar a Fair Labor Standards Act enforcement action by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) on behalf of the drivers, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
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With new state and federal legislation that sharpens the need for employers to correctly classify and track independent contractors, technology vendors are stepping…
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​In a unanimous opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court held that a person who enters the U.S. unlawfully is not eligible for an adjustment to permanent resident status, even if the person was granted temporary protected status. The ruling has implications for businesses seeking to sponsor employment-based green cards for certain workers.
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Recruitment has changed significantly during the pandemic, and many of the changes are likely to stick. Employers have stepped up their use of social media—and not just…
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U.S. employers added XXX,000 new jobs in May, more than double the total from April, with hiring picking up in pandemic-hit sectors like retail and hospitality, according to the latest employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The unemployment rate ticked down to X percent from 6.1 percent in April.
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Limited-reference policies can help employers limit liability, even though managers and co-workers sometimes ignore the policies to help colleagues get new positions….
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