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    Hawai'i Employment Laws

    Overview Basic Minimum Rate (per hour) Premium Pay After Designated Hours Daily Weekly $7.25 (Same as Federal) 40 More Info: An employee earning a guaranteed monthly compensation of $2,000 or more is exempt from the State minimum wage and overtime law. The State law excludes from coverage any employment that is subject to the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act unless the ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rate This
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    The Upside of a Downturn

    Smart “investors” in talent markets find bargains during a business slowdown. The "Engagement Cycle":http://hrpeople.monster.com/training/articles/100-3-phases-of-the-employer-employee-engagement-cycle helps employers take advantage of candidate psychology during a slowdown to attract top talent for the long term. A slowing economy has tangible burdens, as employers become cautious in hiring (or even lay off workers). More subtle and insidious is the way even a gentle slowdown in ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rate This
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    District of Columbia Employment Laws

    Overview Basic Minimum Rate (per hour) Future Effective Date Premium Pay After Designated Hours Daily Weekly $7.00   (Same as Federal) 40 $7.55 07/24/2008 More Info: In the District of Columbia, the rate is automatically set at $1 above the Federal minimum wage rate if the District of Columbia rate is lower. External Links District of Columbia Department of Labor Website: ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rate This
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    Privacy Policy

    _The **Privacy policy** explains that employees are not to have any expectation of privacy with respect to any material on company or client property. It further explains privacy as it relates to computer, e-mail, voice mail, facsimiles, and the like._ h4. Subject: Privacy h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. Example of: Standard Policy Employees are expected to make use of company or client ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rate This
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    The Business Case for Managing Ourselves

    The Business Case for Managing Ourselves
    The Harvard Business Review published a post by Vineet Nayar on Who is the New CEO? The article is a well-thought out vision that, in the future, successful CEOs will focus on building decentralized organizations and enabled employees. This makes total sense to me. I'm sure businesses right now don't want to build extra layers and structure. That can be very ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1

Poll: How do you feel about crying at work?

Poll: How do you feel about crying at work?