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The BYOD revolution: Why your own employees might be scarier than hackers

Is your workplace part of the BYOD revolution? With or without your approval, it probably is. BYOD is the abbreviation for “Bring Your Own Device,” a reference to the proliferation of employee-owned smart phones, notebooks and personal computing devices used in the workplace. Even companies that supply devices to workers often find that their employees…

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In the “What were they thinking” department: Job interviews run amuck

Most employers and career HR specialists have tales to tell about job interviews gone awry or signs that the employee might not make a good hire. CareerBuilder and Harris Interactive recently surveyed more than 3,000 employers and compiled a list of the most-cringeworthy interview mistakes. Employers and would-be employees alike can learn from the most-frequently…

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New briefs: EEOC on disabled Vets, GINA, health information, solo workers & more

Veterans and the ADA – The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently released a new Guide for Employers on Veterans and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). EEOC says that, “The revised guides reflect changes to the law stemming from the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, which make it easier for veterans with a wide range…

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