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Prevent Data Breaches With CrowdStrike

Many small enterprises have started implementing high-performance antivirus software to protect their business from cyberattacks.

Youngkin Offers People With Disabilities New Path to State Employment

Gov. Glenn Youngkin is opening a new door for people with disabilities to seek jobs in state government under an alternative hiring process the General Assembly ordered last year.

Artificial Intelligence Can Help or Harm Employment Practices

Payroll and human resources should be aware of the flaws in artificial intelligence.

Shane Driggers Joins EverCommerce as Chief Human Resources Officer

EverCommerce (NASDAQ: EVCM), a leading provider of vertically-tailored SaaS solutions for the service economy, announces that Shane Driggers has joined the EverCommerce senior leadership team as its Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).

Twitter Loses Three More Senior Employees Ahead of Musk Deal

Three more senior employees are leaving Twitter ahead of Elon Musk’s anticipated buyout, CNBC confirmed Tuesday.

Women’s Resource Center To Move to New Location

After 20 years of providing programs and services from an office at 678 Front Ave. NW in Grand Rapids, Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is preparing to relocate to a new headquarters at 816 Madison Ave. SE.

Best HR Trends to Follow in 2022

Since the pandemic, organizations around the world have started implementing new ways to be more productive than ever before. The huge salary pay cuts, working from home, and attending the meetings virtually have been some major share of the roller coaster ride. The pandemic had caused thousands of layoffs, salary pay cuts, shutting down of […]

City Council Discusses Adding Additional Public Safety Employees

The Jamestown City Council seems to be onboard with Jamestown Mayor Eddie Sundquist’s plan to add additional public safety employees, but a few questions still need to be answered before they approve.

Red Oak Council Approves Pay Raise for Non-Union Employees

Red Oak city employees will be getting a pay raise beginning in the next fiscal year. Meeting in regular session Monday night, the Red Oak City Council approved a 5% pay increase for non-union city employees, taking effect July 1.