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Morale and productivity can take a hit when companies neglect the employees who were retained after a layoff.
A new Senate bill basically eliminating workplace noncompete agreements goes too far in the eyes of several employment attorneys.
Despite often having more experience and education than their civilian counterparts, vets still struggle to land good jobs.
Effectively recruiting and retaining young talent shouldn’t come at the expense of older employees.
Low unemployment and the desire for a more diverse workforce are leading employers to do what was once unthinkable: hire the formerly incarcerated.
A just-released study suggests many metro D.C. employees may be ready to switch jobs.
This year’s HR losers include United Airlines, Google and public-sector unions.
This year’s winners in HR include Amazon's HQ2 cities and franchise-heavy employers.