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Social Media and Fraud: How to Spot Modern-Day Con Artists The webinar provides an insight into social media fraud, explaining:. Here is one of the fastest-growing schemes on social media sites:. Most online accounts use "qualifying questions" or Knowledge Based Authentication questions and answers to verify your identity.

BMA apologises after report exposes 'old boys' club' culture The British Medical Association has apologised to members after an independent review found that female doctors felt "undervalued, ignored or patronised because they are women".

Personnel Today Awards 2019 shortlist: Employee Benefits Award The 2019 Personnel Today Awards take place on the 19 November. In a series of articles profiling all our finalists, we introduce the contenders for the Employee Benefits Award. Homeware retailer Dunelm recognises that a happy workforce is often hard to achieve when salaries in the retail sector remain among the lowest in the UK.

Nine out of ten students leave higher education unequipped for life Fika also surveyed UK employers, who confirmed students' concerns: more than a third of employers felt that soft skills are the most important thing graduates can bring to a job, while just 12 percent thought academic results matter more. Employers said communication skills are the number one thing they look for in a potential employee.

The Ins and Outs of I-9 and E-Verify: Best Practices to Avoid Steep Penalties Immigration and Customs Enforcement is not letting up. ICE has apparently resolved to continue auditing and inspecting employer compliance.

Hiring experienced Portuguese legal professionals important to solve MP lack of human resources - Public Prosecutor-General The Macau SAR Public Prosecutor-General, Ip Son Sang, said today that hiring experienced Portuguese legal professionals was important in order to help solve the lack of human resources in the Public Prosecutions Office.

The top talent challenges faced by HR in APAC in 2019 According to HireRight's latest 2019 APAC Employment Screening Benchmark Report, more than one-third of HR professionals surveyed in APAC cited this as one of their top three challenges, while maintaining a competitive edge and growing revenues came in as second and third respectively.

Why People Analytics is the Secret Weapon People analytics works to give you a full organisational view of your workforce so that you always know where you stand. It breaks down your people costs down to the granular level so you understand where resources are being spent and how much you have to play with.

SPH restructuring will layoff 5% of staff in the media group According to a media release by SPH, this move will result in an approximate 5% reduction in staff numbers in the Media Group. The exercise is expected to be completed within the first quarter of FY 19/20. The media owner has already informed the Ministry of Manpower and the NTUC about this exercise.

Guilty vacation syndrome affects two-thirds of employees Perhaps not surprisingly, the figures get notably worse as employees take on more senior roles and are felt by a massive 92% of C-suite level management. People managers follow shortly after with 77% at senior level and 71% at mid-management level.

Acas menopause guide encourages inclusive policies Acas has published new guidance to help employers support the estimated two million women who have difficulties at work due to menopause symptoms. The guidance, published on World Menopause Day, offers employers examples of good practice in helping staff manage the menopause at work.

Health department human resources director stepping down The San Francisco Department of Public Health's human resources director has announced plans to step down, the San Francisco Examiner has learned.

Photos and winners: HR Excellence Awards 2019, Malaysia Celebration, camaraderie and cheer marked the seventh edition of the annual HR Excellence Awards 2019, held in Malaysia.

HRcoreAcademy Day 1 / Social Talent It's not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich." I've been presenting on Social Talent in the Talent Trends room at Teneo's HR Core Academy in Amsterdam. Tom Haak opened the day presenting his ten top trends for talent management. My suggestion was that shifting from human to social talent needs to be one of those trends.

Around 300,000 leave work because of mental health, minister claims An estimated 300,000 people with mental health conditions fall out of work every year, the minister for disabled people has claimed.

Thursday in the Trenches - Meet Small Business HR Leader John Friend Well, it's time for another Thursday in the Trenches! This month, my guest is John Friend with PS Industries. John has been in the business of HR for almost 20 years. His current role finds himself, along with the help of an HR intern, providing HR expertise for 121 employees in North Dakota.

Spanish supermarket covert surveillance did not violate human rights The European Court of Human Rights has overturned a previous judgment it made in the case of López Ribalda and others v Spain, the case where a supermarket manager covertly filmed shop workers stealing.

Live: HR Excellence Awards 2019, Malaysia It's time for one of the most exciting nights of the year - it's time for HR Excellence Awards 2019, Malaysia! Welcome to Sofitel Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, where our team is welcoming distinguished guests from the HR fraternity for an evening of celebration, organised by Human Resources Online's Low Yee Ching.

Wage and Hour Laws for Exempt and Nonexempt Employees: Understanding the Regulations and Employee Benefits Whether you've been managing employees for many years or you're getting ready to manage a team, you need to understand the pay practices relevant and required for the type of employees you oversee. The two basic pay employee status types under federal and state laws are exempt and non-exempt.

These Trends Will Change The Way You Look At Human Resources Management The modern concept of a workplace is now totally different from what the world used to know ten years ago. As we all wish to thrive in a digital era where everything is changing in the blink of an eye, we need to learn how to adapt to every trend out there.

88% of Chinese workers trust a bot over their human boss We're still waiting for hard evidence on how this might happen, but meanwhile in China, a study found that 88 percent of workers have more trust in robots than their human managers.

Human Capital Management Software Market Global Insights, Demand and Trends 2019 to 2025 - Success Factors, Workday, BambooHR, PeopleFluent Human Capital Management Software Market research report gives informative data of the current market Trends, scenario with latest markets updated news and opportunities which are helpful for business development.

Banish courses and rethink L&D - World of Learning 2019 It's time to rethink learning and development, to wean professionals off their addiction to courses and to start aligning learning with business outcomes. Martin Couzins returns from World of Learning 2019 with some challenging messages for L&D.

Homeworkers expenses are not being reimbursed correctly Homeworking is often seen as an attractive option for employers and employees alike, with employers benefiting from reduced operating costs while employees gain from the ability to work flexibly around family commitments while reducing their commuting time.

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