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Ask any company what issues are high on their priority list these days and most will invariably say “attracting and retaining qualified workers” is one of them. In today’s highly competitive labor market, traditional recruiting and retention strategies just don’t seem to be as effective as they once were. National and state workforce studies indicate there are several primary reasons for this: According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in occupations requiring at least a bachelor’s degree is expected to grow 21.6 percent; jobs requiring an associate degree are projected to increase by ...
A client asks what to do about an employee who is sending out global emails to the entire workforce, which contain rants against workplace diversity, cultures other than European, etc. The employee maintains he has a right under the First Amendment to issue such emails. But the other employees are offended and registering complaints under the "zero tolerance" harassment policy. If you rolled your eyes about that First Amendment argument, the Ninth Circuit's decision in Rodriguez v. Maricopa County Cmty. College Dist. , 605 F.3d 703 (9th Cir. 2010), may change your mind. The ... Read More
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