Three excellent HR reads for Thursday

by Michael Haberman on April 14, 2016 · 0 comments

Three excellent blog posts that will inform and educate.

Three excellent blog posts that will inform and educate.

I could not think of any single topic to write about today, so I thought I would point you to three blog posts written by others that I thought you might find interesting.

Jon Hyman – Winter is coming … for the FLSA’s salary test

A very astute attorney, Jon Hyman, writes about the coming change in the regulations regarding who and who is not an exempt employee. This will be a huge event for many companies and for many employees. Jon points out that both groups may be unhappy with the change. Read what Jon says HERE.

Trish McFarlane- 5 Ways to Avoid Job Burnout

In my opinion Trish is one of the superstars in HR. She is a well- respected world traveler, sought after speaker, extremely busy person in addition to being a mother of two pre-teens. When she writes about the potential for job burnout and how to avoid it we should all listen to her. Read her advice HERE.

Megan Purdy- On #EqualPayDay Dig Deeper into the Pay Gap’s Complexities

Megan Purdy is an ex-recruiter who is now a full-time writer. With this past Tuesday having been Equal Pay Day she provides us with an excellent analysis of the issues surrounding the move to remove the inequities between men and women in the workplace over pay. It is important to know the issues involved and you can read what Megan wrote HERE. I will have more on this issue in the coming weeks.

There you have it, three excellent posts on varied topics. If you read nothing else this week other than these you will be doing well.


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