August was a hot month, for employment law, anyway. Get the latest news about the FLSA, the FMLA and a twist on the usual social media news.
Learn the latest developments in what’s covered under the FMLA, plus other news from the world of employment law in July’s legal roundup.
There wasn’t a whole lot of major news in employment law this month, but there were a lot of weird lawsuits. Yay?
This month’s news from employment law includes religion in the workplace, snooping managers and the definition of “clothes.” No, really.
It’s an interesting month in legal news: FMLA leave guidance, the usual social media cases and a stabbing at a Chuck E. Cheese.
This month: Keep your ADA responses flexible, your Facebook friends professional and your pants optional.
Tired of hearing about how to use social media for recruiting? So are we! So let’s talk about social media outlets just for recruiters.
If you’re using social media as just a venue for your personal life, you’re missing out on a huge channel for marketing and communications—in fact, several channels.
“Push” marketing can be tough! What if there’s another way to reach potential clients? Or, rather, a way to make it easy for them to reach you?
In addition to the many usual topics of cases and rulings (discrimination, social media, etc.), this month saw many employment law news stories focusing on the Family Medical Leave Act, the good ol’ FMLA. Grab your neck brace and let’s review!
Just as customer service continues after the sale, candidate service continues after the job assignment.
Review sites such as Yelp, Google Places and Yahoo let people talk about their experiences with a company, and sometimes their experiences weren’t great.
Social media is a great way to get your job listings out there, especially considering that most of your potential audience is already on social media. But your job openings aren’t the only content you can offer on social media.
While we wait for the Supreme Court to rule on health care reform, there’s some good news for staffing firms… and some bad news for law firm employees who like to wear orange.
In a relatively “quiet” month for employment laws, we still have major changes proposed to the FMLA, activity from the NLRB, rulings on the FLSA and a conference with the EEOC.
More and more, people—especially teens and young adults—are accessing the internet on mobile devices.
Social media is a powerful way to interact with large audiences like potential candidates or client prospects. But it can also be a great way to communicate directly with individuals, and that can help you follow up with highly desirable job candidates. Once you’ve received a completed application and a resume from a candidate, it’s […]
While some publications have published articles pondering whether social media is a threat to the staffing industry, a better way to look at it would be to view social media as the powerful tool it is and understand how it can strengthen your recruiting and sourcing efforts. Social media is, of course, a means of […]
Social media is not a fad or something used only by kids and people who want the world to know about their lunch; it’s a proven platform for marketing. But while most companies have one audience for their marketing, staffing companies have two: candidates and clients. Trying to speak to both audiences at once using […]
Not only is social media low-to-no-cost, it adds an interactive element that’s been missing from traditional marketing. You don’t have to jump onto every social site or spend every minute blogging to have an impact that can result in more sales.