07/08/2014 - A new report from an international executive search company describes a global leadership shortage. Conducted by Stanton Chase International, the research behind 2013 Global Industrial Strategy Survey: Planning for 2014 and Beyond finds a lack of leaders with vision, high-level strategic thinking ability, and global leadership skills.
07/08/2014 - The U.S. government is moving to make continuous evaluation part of the security clearance process beginning this fall. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget illustrates the timeline for implementation in its Suitability and Security Processes Review, a report to President Barack Obama that was released in February 2014.
05/20/2014 - The disclosures this past year of the National Security Agency’s massive data mining of telephone calls and Internet activity of individuals is yet another example of the “hot” nature of the issue of profiling.
05/16/2014 - A New York court has ruled that employees’ immigration status does not affect the employer’s rights under Workers’ Compensation Law section 11. Instead, employers have economic protections under the law regardless of employees’ immigration statuses.
02/26/2014 - A criminal background should not automatically disqualify an applicant for a job, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. However, it wouldn’t be appropriate to fill some sensitive positions with offenders. Learn how to hire with confidence.
02/26/2014 - Court rulings on social media and the demotion of an untruthful federal employee are discussed. Also, California strengthens its data breach law, while Massachusetts introduces a bill to crack down on workplace bullying.