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We are looking for an article that was in the April newsletter "How to Select the Best Candidate, Not Necessarily the Best Interviewer" in web version.
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Today a member reminded me of a great new benefit CAI's offers for members...HRCI credit.   That's right, each HRCI certified professional at your company can earn up to 12 re-certification credits per three year renewal cycle, including three business credits, for just being a member of CAI.  The only requirement to receive these 12 hours of… (Show more)
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As you know, last year CAI partnered with HRCI to provide 12 hours of free certification credit to all your HRCI certified professionals for merely being a member of CAI.  Click here for more information.   Here's more exciting news, HRCI now offers some free recorded webinars you can watch to get even more credit.  Click here to view this… (Show more)
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Right after we released our report, The News & Observer ran a story about healthcare premiums and referenced CAI’s NC Healthcare Benefits and Cost Survey. The article reported correctly that the average increases in premiums that employees have experienced over the past 5 – 10 years is approximately 5% per year. If, as an employer, you were… (Show more)
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From Guest Contributor Jenny Sweet, Attorney at Soule Employment Law Firm, Service Provider for CAI's Pre-Paid Legal Services Plan   I personally love quizzes (and am proudly ranked in The Office trivia on QuizUp). Not only can they be informative, but they can also be great ways to test one’s knowledge about a specific subject area. With an arena… (Show more)
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As reported last week by the Wall Street Journal PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the prestigious Big 4 accounting firm with aggressive college recruiting programs, is now the focus of a class action lawsuit. PwC prides itself as "the place to work for millennials" and each year recruits several thousand recent college grads.  Older job applicants… (Show more)
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For many years now, the EEOC has required specific record keeping when a company uses some sort of applicant testing as a screening tool for employment.  Testing broadly refers to any part of the recruiting process where a decision can be made on an applicant as to them advancing in the process.  According to the Uniform Guidelines on Employee… (Show more)
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On November 14, 2016, a revised Form I-9 was posted to the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) website, which contained a formatting glitch that could easily go undetected.  In Section 1, the SSN (Social Security Number) as entered was transposed when printed to provide an incorrect SSN on the paper copy.  For example, an SSN of… (Show more)
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  From Guest Contributor Jenny Sweet, Attorney at Soule Employment Law Firm, Service Provider for CAI's Pre-Paid Legal Services Plan   While sexual harassment can take multiple forms, many people only think of its verbal or physical manifestations. A crude joke, a slap on the bottom, a request for sexual favors—these are common examples that come… (Show more)
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Stay in the HR profession long enough, and you will begin to realize that there are certain ‘universal truths’ that every company faces. One of those truths is that some employees will not pass up a good opportunity to get ‘under the skin’ of their HR manager. Here are just a couple of ways those employees can skillfully accomplish that mission:… (Show more)
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