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$712 Million Medicare Fraud Bust | HR Lessons
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On June 18th, 2015, the US Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced the largest ever medical fraud take-down in history. Click to read more.

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$712 Million Medicare Fraud Bust | HR Lessons
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New SHRM Survey Finds Organizations Unprepared for Aging Workforce
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Many CEOs these days give lip service to the notion of keeping workers on board as they slide over into what was once considered retirement age. They envision a phased in retirement for their employees“ one that allows you to gradually move from full-time to part-time and eventually say adios. They don’t […]

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Atlanta Speaker JoAnn Corley Debunks Creativity Myths at National SHRM Conference | Virtual-Strategy Magazine
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There is a creative thinking deficit across our corporate landscape due to many myths and misunderstandings and to our peril as creativity is an economic imperative — companies are missing out on profits. JoAnn Corley brings her passionate and entertaining style to SHRM Las Vegas challenging those myths and offering a refreshing view that everyone […]

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6 Lessons Learned After My Linkedin Account Was Hacked
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Paul May is a veteran recruiter who recently had his Linkedin account hacked. In this blog post he’ll share 6 things he learned from the experience. These lessons will help any Linkedin user keep their account safe and free of malicious hackers.

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The one where he linked to Seth Godin… – Symbolist
www.symbolist.com

What you punish may say more about your culture than what you reward.

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Free Job Fair Cheatsheet
www.jobfairing.com

We’ve put together a great “cheatsheet” with tons of tips and advice for making your job fair visit a successful one. Job Fairs can be busy and noisy places and your goal is to stand out from the c…

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Behaviors That Upset Human Resources | HR Pains
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Do you have any to add to the list? Here are the 8 things we think make HR upset the most!

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Colorado Supreme Court Upholds Firing of Medical Marijuana User
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Dish Network fired Brandon Coats for violated company policy after he tested positive for marijuana even though there was no evidence of drug use during work.

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5 Signs It’€™s Time to Upgrade Your Employment Background Checks
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How do you know if it’s time for your company to upgrade its employment background checks? Whether it’s that uneasy feeling you get when you desperately need the results of a candidate’s criminal background check—and your screening provider isn’t answering the phone. Or maybe more than a few candidates have disputed the results of their […]

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Employers Rank Resume Lies Sure to Tank Employment Prospects
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As with last year’s survey, lying about a degree or diploma earned topped respondents’ concerns, although the percentage fell from 84% last year to 75% this

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Required Reading for HR:  Internet Trends 2015
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Really. I’m not kidding. You may think from the title that Internet Trends 2015 is a report that has nothing to do with Human Resources. You couldn’t be more wrong. It’s ALL about HR. And how nearly everything about business, work and the employer/employee relationship is changing because of what the internet enables.

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How To Tackle The Challenge of Bogus Degrees
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On May 27th, Pakistani investigators arrested the CEO of Axact a Pakistani software company accused of running an online diploma mill. Click here to read more.

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7 things you need to know about background checks, employment screening
www.cleveland.com

Jason Morris, is president and chief operating officer of EmployeeScreenIQ, which surveyed employers about background checks and other employment screening. Among its findings were that most employers will reject applicants who lie about their degrees and diplomas.

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