Posts Tagged Workplace
California enacted new occupational safety and health laws last year that will impact Golden State employers in 2015. These new statutes deal with harassment training, cool-down periods, penalty abatements and workplace violence prevention.
Except for the violence prevention law, all legislation went into effect Jan. 1, 2015.
Casablanca is viewed by many as one of the greatest movies of all time, and it is certainly among my favorite movies. It is hard to argue with Humphrey Bogart in his prime, especially as a cynical nightclub owner, simultaneously wooing Ingrid Bergman and sticking it to the Nazis. Here’s what IMDB has to say:
Set in unoccupied Africa during the early days of World War II, an American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications.
On March 27, @weknownext chatted with Jonathan Segal (@Jonathan_HR_Law) about "The Boys' Club Scene at Work."
In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat ...
HR embraces gaming as way to inspire, motivate and train employees
More companies are choosing “serious” games and simulations over traditional training methods for their ability to mimic real-world work challenges and keep employees engaged in learning.
File this one under Idle Curiosity.
CareerBuilder has released a survey noting senior leaders’ workplace habits and personal characteristics. Ever wonder if CEOs go out for lunch or bring a brown bag? What kind of car does the chief finance officer drive? Is the senior vice president of marketing more likely to wear black or red?
Now you know:
Typical Office Attire
Most companies keeping their salary budgets relatively tight
Reflecting uncertain economic conditions and a conservative cost management environment, U.S. employers are projecting moderate pay raises for employees in 2012. Employers do expect to fund their annual bonuses fully for workers in 2011, as corporate profits have increased, according to survey data from consultancy Towers Watson.