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Kris Dunn Digs Into: Illinois AG Sends Age Discrimination Letters to Job Boards

Kris Dunn Kris Dunn, Worldwide FOT

In case you missed it, the State of Illinois Attorney General is in the news for some premium PR/saber-rattling, centered around the fact that job boards like CareerBuilder and Indeed are trying to exclude older workers from applying for jobs they don’t want. Yes, the world has problems. This didn’t make the list of 99 referenced by Shawn Carter.  Still, …

Tim Sackett wonders Should People be Paid Based on Their Value to Their Organization?

Tim Sackett Worldwide FOT

Every day we see examples of people, usually women, and minorities, that aren’t paid fairly, as compared to their counterparts doing the same work. Here is a recent example dealing with the U.S. Women’s Soccer team: Five key members of the U.S. women’s soccer team have filed a federal complaint against the U.S. Soccer Federation to the Equal Employment Opportunity …

Steve Boese shares #BenefitsConf Opening Message: Meet People Where They Are, Not Where You Want Them To Be

Steve Boese Steve Boese, Worldwide FOT

I am out at the 4th Annual Health & Benefits Leadership Conference for the next few days and will (if plans don’t get derailed because, well, Vegas), be sharing some ideas and highlights from the event, including at least one HR Happy Hour Show from the event. The opening keynote at the show was given by Alexandra Drane, Co-Founder of …

Tim Sacket lays out The Three Worst Holiday Client Gifts

Tim Sackett Worldwide FOT

It’s that time of year when you start receiving holiday gifts from HR Vendors.  My own company even does it.  For the most part we send out a holiday card to the vast majority out our contacts, but those ‘paying’ clients or ‘Friends of the Company’ (former or future paying clients) we do something special.  Most companies go through the …