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“Unlocking the Potential of Generative AI in the Workplace”

By Ryan Ellis | August 28, 2023

HR Leaders Express Concerns About the Future of Generative AI As the world of work continues to evolve, HR leaders are increasingly looking towards new technologies to help them stay ahead of the curve. One of the most recently emerging technologies is generative artificial intelligence (AI). This technology is revolutionizing the way we think about […]

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“Understanding the Difference Between ADA & PHRA: Examining a Real-Life Case Study”

By Ryan Ellis | August 21, 2023

Court Says Question of Disability Accommodation Should Go to Jury As an HR professional, it is essential that you understand the importance of accommodating individuals with disabilities. This is why a recent U.S. District Court ruling is so important for HR professionals. The court ruled that a former employee of a nonprofit hospital presented the […]

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“Bridging the Digital Divide: Why Employers Must Help Latino Workers Build their Digital Literacy”

By Ryan Ellis | August 14, 2023

The Latino community will soon become the largest demographic in the United States and is projected to account for most net new workers until 2030. With the rise of the digital economy, it is essential that employers provide the tools and resources to ensure that Latino workers are not left behind in the workforce. A […]

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“A Positive Job Outlook: How to Maximize Opportunities in the Rebound”

By Ryan Ellis | August 7, 2023

Welcome to the HR Executive blog! This month, we’re discussing a recent report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics regarding job openings, layoffs, and their reversal in April. The Bureau’s monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) reported a 358,000 increase in job openings in April, which brought the total to 10.1 million. […]

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“Retail Employees Fighting for their Rights: A Tale of Unpaid Wages and Unwarranted Working Conditions”

By Ryan Ellis | July 31, 2023

Introduction: Employers of all sizes have faced legal challenges over alleged wage and hour infractions. Recently, major convenience store chain 7-Eleven has settled a lawsuit for $1.2 million over claims that it required employees to work without providing enough meal or rest breaks in violation of California labor laws. This case is a reminder to […]

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