Ban-the-Box Hiring Policy Adopted by Harris County, Texas
The Fair Chance policy was adopted earlier this year by Harris County, Texas, which is the county that includes a significant percentage of Houston and is the sixth Texas city or county to embrace the “ban-the-box” approach.
What is the future of Remote Work for the Digital Nomad
According to a recent Russell Reynolds study, 72% of employers worry about attracting qualified job candidates, and employees want to know how their careers will fit into the organization’s future.
True Hire Ranks on Inc. 5000 for Third Time
For the 3rd Time, True Hire earned a ranking on the Inc. 5000, considered one of the fastest-growing private companies in America with three-year revenue growth of 121 percent.
Are schools hiring qualified candidates to ensure the safety of its students
Administrators and guardians want to do everything possible to safeguard children in school and guarantee that they are educated in a secure environment.
5th Circuit: COVID-19 not a natural disaster for purposes of WARN Act
The 5th Circuit’s ruling provides an important perspective for employers to consider in the context of mass layoffs that may have been related to the pandemic.
One Simple Goal-Setting Strategy Busy Volunteer Managers will Fancy
A big part of effective planning is setting up the right targets. All things considered, in the event that you don’t have any idea where you’re going, the odds are you won’t get there.
Des Moines Passes ‘Ban the Box’ Law
Private employers in Des Moines may want to review their application and hiring processes to ensure they are not engaging in criminal history inquiries or criminal background checks until after a conditional offer of employment.
Ways in which you can develop a stronger profile as a “Purple Squirrel”
“Purple Squirrel” ads are for positions that are not actually available but are for jobs that organizations suspect “could” be needed in a year (or longer) time, and which could take that long to fill.
Is your company retaining top talent after the great resignation
The battle to hold on to workers is adding to a market of endless job openings. The job switchers have tended to be in leisure, hospitality, and retail. However, many candidates are not applying.
First Circuit Affirms Summary Judgment for Tenant Screening Company in Class Action
The First Circuit affirmed the order of the district court entering summary judgment in favor of RentGrow, Inc. and dismissing Plaintiff’s complaint alleging that RentGrow willfully violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act.