This spotlight section, which publishes three times a year, explores work force development topics, such as labor laws, employee benefits and recruitment.
With most HR managers now spending 10 percent to 40 percent of their time in meetings and the rest dealing with strategic issues and managing paperwork and employee benefits changes, it's no wonder that they are seriously looking to, or are already using, technology to help manage day-to-day details.
Long gone are the days when human resources departments were solely responsible for administrative and record-keeping duties. In today's business environment where enhanced skill sets, extensive job requirements and a restless regulatory environment are embedded in the corporate culture, companies large and small are making huge investments in human resources.
Recent legislation requiring the supervisors and managers of companies with 50 or more employees to undergo sexual harassment training was written fairly broadly. In an attempt to resolve any unanswered questions, the California Fair Employment and Housing Commission has set forth a more definitive guideline with its set of draft regulations.
The latest HR topics and trends, along with a roundtable discussion with local industry experts.
Read about some of the latest HR topics including outsourcing, labor law and effective personnel policies and practices.
This spotlight section, which publishes three times a year, explores work force development topics such as labor laws, employee benefits and recruitment.