Is team work commonsense? A new book called Collaborative Intelligence: Using Teams to Solve Hard Problems by Harvard psychology professor, J. Richard Hackman says our understanding of how to work together might be wrong.
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Here’s a good article on the latest EEOC litigation on criminal background checks (http://bit.ly/11nFInW). It underscores the fact that criminal background checks have limited validity for predicting job success, by acknowledging that the workers fired from the BMW contract positions … Continue reading
Although Colorado recently legalized the recreational use of marijuana, the recent Colorado Court of Appeals decision in Coats v. Dish Network has upheld that employers may lawfully terminate employees who test positive for the drug. The court decision reasons that … Continue reading
Following the EEOC’s lead on the use of criminal history records in making hiring decisions, the OFFCP has issued a directive cautioning government contractors on excluding applicants from employment based on criminal history. The OFCCP cautions that federal contractors should … Continue reading
Dillard’s has agreed to pay $2M to settle claims that it violated the terms of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) by requiring employees to disclose the exact nature of requests for sick time. Under the ADA, employers may required … Continue reading
Yesterday, the Huffington Post ran an article about how some small businesses are finding great employees in those with criminal histories. This underscores the recent EEOC guidance aimed at ensuring that inquiries into credit and criminal history background be job … Continue reading