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Creating a better onboarding process to ensure employees represent company values

Setting up an intentional and well-designed onboarding process is critical for companies who want staff to represent their company values. The first day and first several weeks on the job have a significant influence on whether employees embrace company values and whether they stay for the long haul.

 

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Does an employee have the common law right to procedural fairness in the manner of their termination

It is assumed by most H.R. professionals that employees are entitled to procedural fairness and, in particular, to be advised as to the reasons for dismissal from employment. In fact, there is no such right in private companies. Employees in private companies (i.e. non-governmental entities) have no common law right of procedural fairness in the manner of their termination, whether the termination is for cause or not. Similarly, employees have no legal right to an opportunity to respond to the alleged reasons for dismissal.

 

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Recent studies outline benefits and risks of telecommuting

The workplace landscape has drastically changed, and we’re not just talking stand-up desks and exercise balls for chairs. It might come as a shock that as of 2010, over 2.6 million Americans telecommute. That’s over 20 percent of the U.S. working adult population. On a global scale, 20 percent telecommute, and 10 percent of those telecommute everyday…

 

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