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U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against Employer in High-Profile Religious Accommodation Case

The U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in the closely followed religious discrimination case, EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc. The Court found that Abercrombie engaged in religious discrimination when it refused to accommodate a Muslim applicant because she wore a hijab, an Islamic religious headscarf (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Abercrombie & Fitch

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Why Retaining Employees Is Now Even More Important Than Retaining Customers

How do you retain customers? Common answers may include creating great products, having a strong brand, or having great data to help you beat the competition.   But there’s another key to retaining customers and that’s by retaining your employees. Your employees are the framework on which all of your company’s success is built, which

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6 Tips for Effective Background Investigations Q&A

Q:       We would like to perform background checks on our applicants but are not sure what types of checks we should use. What do most employers do, and what issues should we be concerned about when conducting these investigations?   A:        You are smart to implement background investigations for potential employees. The failure to weed

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What Do 2014 Trends Mean for 2015?

A 2014 survey released by PayScale revealed some interesting information about compensation and workforce trends. PayScale surveyed over 4,700 companies of all sizes throughout several different industries in several different countries (although a majority of them were in the United States). Much of the information collected implied that a majority of businesses are doing well and looking

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