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Employers May Be Held Liable for Employees’ Cyberbullying By Allen Smith  2/10/2016 If evidence of cyberbullying connects back to work, however tenuously, employers may be on the hook. A stand-alone cyberbullying policy may not be necessary to address the problem, according to Nathan Pangrace, an attorney with Roetzel & Andress in Cleveland. But harassment policies… Read more »

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Trends Favor Hiring Older Workers by Eileen Ambrose Workers 50 and older face a hurdle that younger peers don’t: how to overcome negative stereotypes that paint them as much more expensive, out of touch with technology and less productive. An AARP report released Monday dispels these myths. The report, “A Business Case for Workers Age… Read more »

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GPS Celebrates Karen Smith!   Today is “South Carolina Human Resource Professional Appreciation Day!” Karen Smith, PHR, CSP –  HR/Risk Manager at GPS Corporate Congratulations Karen and thank you for all of your great accomplishments at GPS in Human Resources…Workers Compensation, Safety, Unemployment Insurance, FMLA, Harassment Training, Witnessing, New Hire Orientation, SHRM, Counseling, Peace Keeping 🙂 hence a… Read more »

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Strong November Hiring Expected Overall U.S. economic conditions are more favorable than a year ago By Theresa Minton-Eversole  11/6/2014 Job creation rates for November will rise in the manufacturing and service sectors compared with November last year and could reach four-year highs, according to the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM’s) Leading Indicators of National… Read more »