We recently posted an interactive map of key changes to tax credits and incentives programs nationwide. We hope you'll find it a useful tool to help keep track of the ever-changing regulatory landscape.
John Sheller, a Human Resources Executive Consultant for the State of Arizona, recently discussed the state's decision to automate employment verifications in an online Webinar. You can listen to the complete recording, with slides, or read a synopsis.
We were proud to join the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on the podium at the HR Technology in the Federal Workplace Conference earlier this month. To learn how you can get a detailed, eight page outline of the presentation, please read on.
Barbara Stockman, Senior Corporate Counsel at Kelly Services, will talk about I-9 and E-Verify compliance at the IHRIM 2011 Conference and Technology Exposition in May. She'll also talk about how Kelly Services transitioned to electronic I-9s, as well as Kelly's experience undergoing an I-9 audit.
TALX compliance expert Gordon Middleton spent time in Washington D.C. recently and met with staffers in the offices of a number of members of Congress. Among his messages: The current situation with I-9 and E-Verify is unsustainable for employers, with 165 bills under consideration in 38 states that deal directly with E-Verify.
Unemployment remains high, but the jobs outlook is as strong as it's been in over a decade, according to the NABE quarterly survey. HR professionals may soon be faced soon with an increasing workload for recruiting and assessing candidates, as well as hiring and onboarding the best of them.