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  • Bank of America partners with VA Ready to retrain employees for 'high-demand jobs!'

    Bank of America partners with VA Ready to retrain employees for 'high-demand jobs!'

    News by Editorial Team 28 Sep 2020

    In a recent announcement made by the Virginia Ready Initiative (VA Ready) to help retrain unemployed Virginia residents for ‘high-demand jobs,’ the initiative has partnered with Bank of America. With the partnership, the candidates post achieving credentials at one of the Virginia Community College System’s 23 colleges will be granted opportunities to interview with VA Ready’s partners including Bank of America. The program will be aligned with the rising demand jobs in fields like tech, healthcare, and manufacturing.

     

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  • Employee entitlement to family, medical leave expanded significantly in California!

    Employee entitlement to family, medical leave expanded significantly in California!

    News by Editorial Team 25 Sep 2020

    In a recent development related to family and medical leave, California Governor Gavin Newsom had signed SB-1383 into law on 17, Sept, 2020 – a move that allowed a significant expansion of employee entitlement to family and medical leave. According to the Newsom’s office it was estimated that about six million additional workers in the state would have access to job-protected leave. According to the law, the employers with five or more employees should grant up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave during any 12-month period.  The law will become effective from 1, Jan, 2021. 

     

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  • Google to help employees pay their student loans amid debt crisis!

    Google to help employees pay their student loans amid debt crisis!

    News by Editorial Team 25 Sep 2020

    In an internal announcement made by Google it was announced that Google will match student loans up to $2,500 annually as a new company will benefit for full-time employees starting from 2021. The move came amid a ‘student loan debt crisis.’ According to the organization’s benefits head John Casey, they will tap Black employee resource groups for the initiative. Casey added that the burden of student loans weigh heavily of the student loans weighs disproportionately on communities of color and women.

     

    Read more at CNBC
  • Randstad US to recruit for 14K seasonal jobs!

    Randstad US to recruit for 14K seasonal jobs!

    News by Editorial Team 25 Sep 2020

    According to the announcement made by Randstad US – the staffing and consulting firm – it was revealed that as the busy season is on the horizon for various companies, the firm will be hiring more than 14,000 seasonal jobs across the country. The firm also announced that there will be virtual career fairs in coordination with the local Randstad nationwide starting from 21 Sept to 25 Sept, 2020. 

     

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  • Employers fear lack of ability to meet the needs of parents!

    Employers fear lack of ability to meet the needs of parents!

    News by Editorial Team 24 Sep 2020

    According to a recent survey by Willis Towers Watson, it was found that fewer than half of employers revealed that their programs and policies were effective in meeting the needs of working parents. The firm announced on 17 Sept, 2020. The survey also reported that despite about 74% of respondents admitting that working parents needed their support, turnover has become an issue. The report revealed that one in four respondents reported that talent left due to increased caregiving responsibilities.

     

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  • 'Hybrid' work-from-home models for Google employees!

    'Hybrid' work-from-home models for Google employees!

    News by Editorial Team 24 Sep 2020

    In a recent survey carried out by Google internally for its staff members, it was revealed that most of the Google employees wanted to return to the office at some point in the future, though not every day. The survey was titled as employees’ desires for post-pandemic work. The organization revealed that it was planning ‘hybrid’ models for future work and that will include rearranging the offices.

     

    Read more at CNBC
  • Georgia-based firm to pay $1599 to an employee denied paid sick leave!

    Georgia-based firm to pay $1599 to an employee denied paid sick leave!

    News by Editorial Team 24 Sep 2020

    A Georgia-based insurance company – Risk & Insurance Consultants Inc. – was in the news, as it had failed to pay an employee when he was asked to self-quarantine due to coronavirus concerns. The company has finally agreed to pay $1599 in back wages to the employee who was denied the paid sick leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), the US Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division reported on 15 Sept, 2020. 

     

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  • Managers trained to coach but face accountability struggles!

    Managers trained to coach but face accountability struggles!

    News by Editorial Team 23 Sep 2020

    According to the statement by the Association for Talent Development, it was revealed that most organizations informed that their managers received training on at least some coaching skills. However, about 60% of the respondents said that the top barrier to effective coaching was ‘not holding managers accountable for it.’ The survey also revealed that about 90% of organizations expected managers to coach direct reports, while about 75% of employers expected this from all their managers.

     

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  • Ralph Lauren to slash thousands of jobs!

    Ralph Lauren to slash thousands of jobs!

    News by Editorial Team 23 Sep 2020

    In an internal announcement made by the luxury apparel maker Ralph Lauren, it was announced that the company will cut about 15% of its global workforce by the end of its fiscal year. The move was announced on Tuesday to facilitate company-wide restructuring to lower costs and beef up its online business. The company had about 24,900 employees around March end and based on that data, the plan can impact more than 3,700 jobs.

     

    Read more at CNBC
  • Uber launches set of rideshare products as employers reopen offices amid COVID-19!

    Uber launches set of rideshare products as employers reopen offices amid COVID-19!

    News by Editorial Team 23 Sep 2020

    In the latest development related to commuting during the reopening of businesses, Uber has launched a suite of rideshare products that have been designed to help employers plan commutes and other transportation needs as they plan a reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic. Uber for Business will pilot two products – Employee Group Rides and Business Charter and will launch the programs in North America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region.

     

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  • DOL to promote COVID-19 paid leave on television, radio!

    DOL to promote COVID-19 paid leave on television, radio!

    News by Editorial Team 22 Sep 2020

    In a recent announcement made by the US Department of Labor, it was stated that the agency will promote COVID-19 paid sick and family leave in a series of television, radio, and social media public service announcements. The announcement was made on 14th Sept, 2020. The agency also stated that the announcement will be made in English and Spanish to create more awareness and inform workers and employers of their rights under the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA). With this plug-in DOL aims to encourage individuals with questions or concerns to contact the department.

     

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  • Republican senators introduce additional $28 billion aid for airlines!

    Republican senators introduce additional $28 billion aid for airlines!

    News by Editorial Team 22 Sep 2020

    In a recent development related to government aid Republican senators introduced a bill, which will give the ailing airline industry additional $28 billion aid, as they prepare for more than 30,000 job cuts as early as next month. The airline industry had suffered massively amid coronavirus pandemic, have racked up losses in billions with no significant rebound in travel demand coming anytime soon. Earlier, Congress approved bill had protected jobs till 30th Sept, 2020. The new bill will protect the jobs till the end of March next year.

     

    Read more at CNBC
  • Workforce agility 'extremely important' for future organizational success!

    Workforce agility 'extremely important' for future organizational success!

    News by Editorial Team 22 Sep 2020

    According to the results of an Aon survey, which was conducted in late August, it was revealed that about 82% of North American HR stakeholders had rated workforce agility as ‘extremely important’ to the success of their organization in the future. Building agility, technology, and communications infrastructure had topped the list of the factors, which the respondents had said were most important for the organizational success.

     

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  • Chipotle fires employee on sexual harassment complaint!

    Chipotle fires employee on sexual harassment complaint!

    News by Editorial Team 21 Sep 2020

    According to the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Chipotle fired a service manager at a Tampa, Florida store. The EEOC alleged in a lawsuit filed on 10 Sept, 2020. The agency also stated that the ex-employee’s initial complaints about co-workers’ harassment went unaddressed and when the employee escalated the complaint to the corporate office, she was fired from her position.

     

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  • Federal judge weakens Tesla's lawsuit against former employee!

    Federal judge weakens Tesla's lawsuit against former employee!

    News by Editorial Team 21 Sep 2020

    In a recent lawsuit case, federal judge had weakened Tesla’s lawsuit against a former employee. The company had accused the employee of hacking into its computers and leaking the confidential data to a reporter. In addition, the judge also dismissed the defamation counterclaim by the former employee. According to the federal judge’s decision Tesla failed to show that the former employee failed to show that ex-employee’s disclosure of confidential information caused a decline of about $167 million in the electric car maker’s market value.

     

    Read more at Reuters
  • Retention amid M&A not easy: PwC report!

    Retention amid M&A not easy: PwC report!

    News by Editorial Team 21 Sep 2020

    According to the C-suite leaders and senior managers who had responded to a late 2019 PwC Survey revealed that people management especially retention is not an easy task to accomplish during mergers and acquisitions. The report also noted that there has been an increasing sense of challenge in navigating the people and organization aspect of integration. According to the report about 80% of respondents reported that the aspect of navigating people would be difficult as compared to 58% in 2016.

     

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  • Facebook outlines new rules for internal communication!

    Facebook outlines new rules for internal communication!

    News by Editorial Team 18 Sep 2020

    In a recent development at Facebook, the CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined a new set of rules on Thursday. The new rules will guide debates and conversations within the Workplace – the company’s internal social network. Zuckerberg in his announcement stated that he will ensure that every employee felt supported at work, especially the Black community at the Facebook. He also added that the organization will be more specific about which parts of Workplace can be used to discuss social and political issues.

     

    Read more at CNBC
  • Skill shortage to affect the job market: Gartner Survey!

    Skill shortage to affect the job market: Gartner Survey!

    News by Editorial Team 18 Sep 2020

    According to Gartner analysis that was released on 10 Sept, 2020, only 16% of new hires will possess the skills that will be needed for their current jobs and even the jobs of future. The survey also revealed that existing roles will require about 10 new skills by 2021. The report also featured that the traditional talent acquisition sources may also not enable employers to find these new skills especially after the global pandemic.

     

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  • Jobless claims go down but employment growth still slow!

    Jobless claims go down but employment growth still slow!

    News by Editorial Team 18 Sep 2020

    While there has been a fall in the jobless claims, experts predict that employment growth is still sluggish. According to the reports, the first time unemployment claims insurance was about 860,000. It was down from the 893,000 a week earlier and better than Dow Jones estimates of 875,000.

     

    Read more at CNBC
  • Wildfires in California broach questions on safety of workers!

    Wildfires in California broach questions on safety of workers!

    News by Editorial Team 17 Sep 2020

    The state’s Department of Industrial Relations on 3 Sept, 2020 revealed that employers in California should keep labor codes and regulations in mind when it comes to leave and worker safety. The department also said that they (employers) may need to make adjustments as wildfires affect working conditions across the state. The state had also published heat illness prevention standards and worker safety guidance for those in wildfire regions.

     

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