Tag: Action

The Strength of Community: Uniting for Climate Action

Community is everything. And if the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we’re all connected. Our actions impact others, and it’s our collective … The post The Strength of Community: Uniting for Climate Action appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

Employee Experience 4.0: Closing The Loop From Signal To Action

Read Time23 Second Something amazing is happening in the Employee Experience (EX) market: it’s advancing faster than ever. This year, driven by the Pandemic, work at home, and dozens of new programs for wellbeing, diversity, family support, and communications about the Pandemic, companies have gotten much better at delivering a meaningful, productive, employee experience. And this means the … Read more» The post Employee…

Alliance for Corporate Resilience Forms to Provide Research , Advocacy, and Action for Businesses in the wake of the current...

Thursday, April 16. 2020, Palm Beach Gardens, FL: The Alliance of Corporate Resilience (ACR) has been formed by three experts in the talent management industry, Louis Carter, David Nour, and John Baldoni. The three experts formed ACR to discover the depth of problems and identify immediate solutions to the crisis in corporations. ACR is conducting a survey to provide an overview of the scope…

CareerBuilder Facing Class Action Lawsuit from Sales Reps

More bad news for CareerBuilder, another lawsuit in the news. VIA COOK COUNTY RECORD: A new class action lawsuit has accused Careerbuilder of underpaying its sales representatives, allegedly stripping those workers of commissions they had earned. On Nov. 1, attorneys Myles McGuire and Paul Geske, of the firm of McGuire Law P.C., filed suit in Cook County Circuit Court on behalf of named plaintiff…

Whatever the Court Decides It Won’t End the Debate Over Class Action vs. Individual Arbitration

The interplay between arbitration agreements and employment-based class actions has been the subject of extensive and often conflicting legal opinions for the last half-decade. While many hoped the issue would gain clarity and stability following last June’s Supreme Court ruling in Epic Systems v. Lewis (where the Court said class actions waivers in arbitration agreements are enforceable), cases pitting employment class claims against arbitration…

Uber Drivers Lose Class Action Effort as Court Upholds Arbitration Requirement

It was just a matter of time. After the Supreme Court cleared the way for businesses to use class waivers with their employees and contractors with the Epic Systems ruling this past May, many observers expected that the decision would come back to haunt a class of Uber drivers who wanted to litigate a class action misclassification case against the ride-sharing company in court. Earlier today,…

Supreme Court Says Employers Can Force Workers Into Arbitration Instead of Class Action Suits

Editor’s note: A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that employers can force workers to go to arbitration over workplace grievances, rather than filing lawsuits. The 5-4 decision by the court’s more conservative members upholds arbitration clauses in employment contracts. These provisions effectively prevent workers from filing class actions, instead requiring workers to take action individually. The decision rejects the position taken by…

The Definitive Action Guide For Minimizing Bias and Increasing Diversity Hires (Part 2 of 2)

This is the second part of a two-part article covering action steps on how to minimize biases that negatively affect diverse recruiting. The first part of this article was published on June 26, 2017. It explained the two types of biases that can reduce diversity hiring. It also covered how to reduce biases on your corporate web and social media sites, during sourcing and…

“He’s a Good Guy, Except For The Jihad”… (The Burden of Action in HR)

If you can’t see the tweet above this line, enable images.  It’s worth it. I was chilling out reading the Wall Street Journal (#humblebrag) during the the South’s latest snowmaggedon a couple of weekends ago and came across how Belgium authorities had bungled an investigation that would have possibly prevented the Brussels terror attack. Included in that bungling? A police interview that had a friend…