State of Affairs 12/15/09: Employers & OSHA Listen to the Show
Let’s face it, while we grumble and complain some days, most of us like to work and want to work. But sometimes it can be overwhelming to manage both your non-work life and your job. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had some flexibility? In these tough economic times families are even more stressed and trying to do more with less, but what they could use more of is time. So how can employers be more flexible and successful? Listen to the Show
Layoffs are becoming all too commonplace as more businesses and nonprofits are forced to tighten their belts in the current economy. The dismal memos, office rumors and, yes, those dreaded pink slips, can create a very uncomfortable work environment for employers and employees alike. Listen to the Show
A new federal law governing disabilities takes effect with the start of the new year. Congress has amended the Americans with Disabilities Act to clarify—and significantly broaden—the definition of disability.
College students who are about to graduate may be concerned about finding a job in this economic recession. But University of Louisville career services director Leslye Erickson says the downturn does not seem to have hit campus recruiting—yet.
On August 19th State of Affairs will be discussing Employers, Privacy and Social Media. It’s a fancy title that simply means, did your pictures of you doing an upside down tequila shot at your favorite college bar cost you that great job at the accounting firm? Or you, what about those “private” pictures you posted… Continue reading Lose a job to Facebook?