Get the VIP Treatment at #SHRM15 with Our Conference Party Guide

Blogging4jobs

Make sure to download our 2015 Guide to Las Vegas and the SHRM Annual Conference Whitepaper while you’re waiting for the VIP Party Guide to launch! . Get the Inside Scoop at the SHRM Annual Conference in Las Vegas!

“Can my employer lower my pay starting two weeks ago, without telling me?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Harrisville, West Virginia. In your state of West Virginia, you can file a Request for Assistance form with the West Virginia Division of Labor. Be mindful, though, that your boss might just turn around and in retaliation fire you if you either (a) object to the $700 shortfall, or (b) file a State complaint against him, which might or might not be against West Virginia law. Question: I work for a physician.

Trending Sources

Disability Employment Statistics: How Is Your State Doing?

Blogging4jobs

West Virginia had the lowest rate at 25.6%. The highest gaps occur in Maine, Kentucky, District of Columbia, South Carolina, and West Virginia. Earlier this year a new study was released that highlighted disability statistics around the United States.

How to Source, Hire, & Recruit Candidates on Instagram

Blogging4jobs

By reviewing his Twitter account which is included in his bio I can see he is West Virginia Graduate who has his Masters in Integrated Marketing Communications. Instragram. It’s just for snapping, sharing and “love”-ing pictures, right?

Get the VIP Treatment at #HRTechConf & #IAEWSLasVegas

Blogging4jobs

GET THE INSIDE SCOOP AT THE 2015 HR TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE IN LAS VEGAS! I can’t believe are less than 2 weeks away from the 2015 HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas. We’re knee deep in pre-conference content strategy for #HRTechConf where we’ll bring you the best insights into what you can expect at three different events in Vegas in one week. Yes, three events which are the HR Tech Tank, IAEWS Fall Congress and the HR Technology Conference.

Download Your 2015 Guide Las Vegas for #HRTechConf & #IAEWSLasVegas

Blogging4jobs

It’s arrived. The most anticipated guide filled with nuggets of wisdom, insights, where to go and what to do in Las Vegas during the HR Technology Conference. It’s sponsored by our friends, Talent Objects. This guide is filled with information about cabbing it in Vegas, shows to see, restaurants to enjoy and what to do when you aren’t at the HR Technology Conference.

text

HireCentrix

Be our Friend. Keyword Search HCX for your Favorite Author / Content. Local. Blogs. About HireCentrix. Advertise. Contact Us. My Profile. Share Your Experience. Submit an Article. Login / Register. Support Us. HCX Jobs. Search. Explore Articles. Category Info. Business/Client Dev & Marketing. Career / Personal Dev. Compensaton and Benefits. Compliance / Legal. Consulting / Outsourcing. Employee Labor Relations. Ethics. Human Resource (HR). Health / Safety / Risk Mgmt.

Seven Short Q & A’s on Saturday

Sklover Working Wisdom

In West Virginia, can an at-will employer fire an employee for refusing to sign any document, be it a quality assessment, performance assessment, etc.? Beckley, West Virginia. I cannot guarantee that is the law in West Virginia, but I’m confident it is.

Jobs in the USA - Coal Miner/Trump Edition.

HR Capitalist

West Virginia coal miners can't get a job in solar or wind without retraining, looking for a different company to work for, and yes, moving somewhere else.

13 Things to Hold Onto For Next Year’s Taxes

Ms. Career Girl

Some states, like West Virginia, require a copy of your property tax receipt before allowing you to renew your vehicle registration. The post 13 Things to Hold Onto For Next Year’s Taxes appeared first on Ms. Career Girl.

1099 11

Learn Everything You Need to Know about Las Vegas & #SHRM15

Blogging4jobs

SHRM15 is literally within a week and if you’ve never been you’re in for a treat! This year we’ve put together another one of our ultimate guides to the conference and Las Vegas. Whether you’re going to SHRM to network or you’re going because it’s a free trip to Vegas (let’s face it, some of you reading this are thinking just that!) we have you covered!

in the woods

Ask A Manager

I’ve been in this incredibly cozy log chalet in the woods in West Virginia since Friday, and I may never leave it. Happy holidays

Download our 2015 Guide to Las Vegas & the SHRM Annual Conf #SHRM15

Blogging4jobs

Over the past few weeks we’ve had numerous Facebook messages, emails, and texts into our secret club asking when we’d be launching our annual guide for the 2015 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition happening next month. If you’re headed to SHRM and you’d like all the resources necessary to make SHRM and your visit to Las Vegas a success, you’re in luck!

expectations of student workers, transit service didn’t pick me up for work, and more

Ask A Manager

I work in West Virginia. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Am I being unreasonable in my expectations of this student worker? I’m a newly hired assistant manager in an office setting. We recently hired a student worker who is paid hourly. On her second day, our student worker “saved” her unpaid lunch for the end of her shift (9-5) so that she could effectively end work early (she did not leave the office, but was unavailable for work).

Get the VIP Treatment with our #SHRM16 Party List

Blogging4jobs

INSIDER’S GUIDE TO SHRM 2016 PARTIES & SPECIAL EVENTS. We are just 5 short weeks away from the 2016 SHRM Annual Conference in Washington DC. I’m currently working on blog content, selecting sessions and trying to develop a plan for all things #SHRM16.

Seven Short Q & A’s on Saturday

Sklover Working Wisdom

Weirton, West Virginia. Employees in West Virginia have two places to go for free assistance with employment discrimination based on religion. First, the West Virginia Human Rights Commission is the state agency that enforces state anti-discrimination laws.

offering prayers to a coworker, employee falsely accused of attending a white supremacist march, and more

Ask A Manager

Jane really did attend a funeral, but in West Virginia. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Offering prayers to a coworker. My office’s administrative assistant is currently visiting her family in Puerto Rico and is right in the path of Hurricane Irma. We’re all very worried for her and she’s expressed her fear in our Slack. I’m an intern but I’ve been working here since June and am friendly with her.

Friday Feedback

Sklover Working Wisdom

I did have to file a complaint with the West Virginia Wage and Hour Division; in return, they told me if I go through an attorney my employer has to pay me 3X the amount owed since he didn’t pay me within two weeks. West Virginia.

Chat with Katherine Brooks, Author of “You Majored in What?!”

Ms. Career Girl

Career Girl Marketing to Gen Y Women. Home About Archives Write for Us! Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Chat with Katharine Brooks, Author of “You Majored in What?!&# by Ms.

“Why is it acceptable to expect someone to work 60 to 70 hours a week?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Wheeling, West Virginia. Question: I find that the company I am working for is using the exempt-from-overtime status of many of its employees to avoid hiring additional employees to handle the abundance of work. Why is it acceptable to expect someone to work 60 to 70 hours a week for 7 years? I feel this is a form of abusive behavior.

“Recording Conversations with Your Boss or HR” What You Need to Know

Sklover Working Wisdom

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakato, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. .

How to do damage control | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

Now that I've moved to a tiny town in West Virginia I often worry about who is thinking or saying what, and after reading this post and the ensuing reactions I am reminded that there are always going to be people who are bothered by me, and there will always be people who appreciate me.