Congress has passed another bill (S. 114) with reforms to the Department of Veterans Affairs that is now on its way to the White House.
The bill is primarily being hailed for authorizing more funds for the Veterans Choice Program. While it certainly does that, it contains a number of other human resources functions.
The legislation outlines the terms under which the VA can rehire former employees. An employee must meet the following qualifications in order to be rehired: Read more…..
A New Hampshire human resources firm has acquired HR Compliance 101, a Fitzwilliam-based HR consulting firm. With the acquisition, Paula Mathews and Carol McAneney join the staff of HR Synergy LLC, based in Bedford.
According to a news release from HR Synergy, the acquisition allows the firm to add safety training to the basket of services it provides clients.
How is the recruitment landscape in Asia changing? And what are the key global trends to watch? Senior HR professionals and talent acquisition specialists will answer these questions and more at Recruitment Asia 2017.
Organised by Human Resources, Asia’s only regional media & events brand, Recruitment Asiawill gather more than 300 leaders from reputable organisations to discuss the components and processes critical to the entire employee lifecycle and how they help achieve business goals.
Recruitment Asia, the region’s most comprehensive forum on recruitment and talent acquisition, is a two-day conference happening in Kuala Lumpur on 31 October- 1 November; and in Singapore on 2-3 November.
Bernama has reported that 279 staff from the Malaysian Cocoa Board (who were due to be dismissed from 13 August) will now go back to work.
Minister of plantation industries and commodities Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong said in a statement yesterday (26 July) that the ministry and the board had reviewed the dismissal of the 279 employees.
Tech companies are famous for their stellarperks. But, according to a recent study from ratings platform ViewsHub, they’re lacking something far more important than foosball tables, bean bag chairs, or having rosé on tap.
A poll of 50,000 employees from 11 industries found that tech firms have some of the worst-ranked human resources departments.
Dash Financial Technologies, a trading technology provider for institutional entities, has announced it has hired Sarah Hall as Director of Human Resources. Ms. Hall will now assume responsibility for the firm’s human capital investment, employee relations, and talent management programs on a global scale.
Ms. Hall joins Dash with previous experience in a similar role at Aden and Anais, a provider of consumer goods, where she had served as the Global Human Resources Director. Ms. Hall has a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certificate from Northeastern Illinois University, and has written on various human resources-related topics such as office politics