Minimum Wage Hikes Hit 21 States via Michelle Maslowski, JDSupra
Gazing Into the Crystal Ball via David Shadovitz, HRE Online
Emerging Human Resource Trends in 2015: Is Your Business Ready?, Margaret Jacoby, Huffington Post
Psst… the 2015 Employment Issues Are Just Around the Corner. via Eric Gabrielle, BeLabor the Point
2015 is lurking: are your health and welfare and cafeteria plans up-to-date?, via Seth Hanft, EmployeeBenefitst Law Report
Nine emerging HR trends for 2015 via Tom Haak, HR Trend Institute
Top Tips for a Healthier, Happier Workforce in 2015, via Terry Banks, Occupational Health & Safety
EBN: 26 items plan sponsors should focus on in 2015
Seyfarth Shaw: EEOC-Initiated Litigation Case Law Developments in 2014 and Trends To Watch for in 2015 (PDF)
Jackson Lewis: What to Watch for at National Labor Relations Board in 2015
5 retirement plan trends for 2015: How many are you on board with? via Christian Schappel, HRMorning
HR Ringleader: Workplace Observations for 2015: The Year of Employee Aptitude
Workplace Wellness Issues to Consider in 2015 via Colin Bradley, The Employee Benefits Blog
5 Key Recruitment Trends For 2015 via Ron Stewart, TalentCulture
A Look Ahead: Paid Family & Medical Leave Insurance Program – via Daniel Schwartz, Connecticut Employment Law Blog
Disrupting HR in 2015 – via Steve Boese, Human Resource Executive
What Big Things Are Coming in 2015? Top Minds Give Their Predictions via Amy Chen, LinkedIn Blog
Experts forecast 5 recruiting trends for 2015 via Catherine Conlan, Monster
New Year, New Laws: Laws that Take Effect on January 1, 2015 via Marci Harris, LinkedIn Pulse
Visier Predicts Top Recruitment, Retention, and Compensation Trends for 2015
What’s Ahead for Americans in 2015? via Frank Newport, Gallup
Larry Ferlazzo – Nine education predictions for 2015
Six 2014 Tech Stories that Will Matter in 2015 via Vauhini Vara, The New Yorker
McAfee Labs Predicts Top Cybersecurity Threats for 2015


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