The University of Louisville started an investigation into allegations that Andre McGee, a former employee, paid an escort service to provide sex for basketball recruits.
Washington politicians love handing out public money to big corporate contractors, especially the ones giving fat donations to their reelection committees. Replacing civil service employees with private employees working for those campaign...Show More Summary
The provider of employee benefits administration and payments services expects to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange this month.
Some employers view their relationship with workers as purely transactional: The company pays employees for their services, and staff members are responsible for getting their work done. Happiness doesn’t even enter into the equation, but we now know this is a mistake. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Cloud service desk software provider Freshdesk is announcing today that it has acquired Frilp, a small startup with an app that lets users seek and receive expert help from friends. All 19 employees of Frilp — which stands for “free help” — have joined Freshdesk’s development center in Chennai. The beta Frilp app for Android […]
The Volts will be deployed as part of a car-sharing service to help employees get around GM's Warren Technical Center campus.
Following a long summer of uncertainty over the theft of their personnel information, 21.5 million federal employees, applicants, contractors and their families are being officially notified of the pillage and of the services the government is making available to them. The notifications, which are being done by regular mail, inform recipients that they may […]
More bonuses for IRS employees who target conservatives! The Internal Revenue Service awarded nearly $6 million in bonuses over the past five years for senior executive services, according to newly released data. “The awarding of performance bonuses became an issue at congressional hearings last year over the IRS’s spending priorities, especially after IRS Commissioner John […]
GANGSTER GOVERNMENT: Investigation: Secret Service tried to discredit US lawmaker. “Scores of U.S. Secret Service employees improperly accessed the decade-old, unsuccessful job application of a congressman who was investigating scandals inside the agency, a new government report said Wednesday. Show More Summary
Some 45 Secret Service employees accessed the personal information of Representative Jason Chaffetz.
Scores of U.S. Secret Service employees improperly accessed the decade-old, unsuccessful job application of a congressman who was investigating scandals inside the agency, a new government report said Wednesday. Continue reading ? The post Secret Service tried to discredit U.S. lawmaker, investigation reveals appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The Department of Revenue sided with the ride-hailing service on appeal that drivers are independent contractors, not employees.
On-demand delivery service Shyp is now live in Chicago. But this is a unique launch for the company because it’s the first time when all of its workers are designated as employees — not one of them are 1099 contractors. In July, company chief executive Kevin Gibbon made a significant change in how Shyp would […]
A good friend of mine was director of social marketing for a large enterprise in the financial services industry. When he started working, he realized that they were subscribed to a social media monitoring tool recommended to them by their PR agency. Show More Summary
Automakers demand nothing but perfection. No, no, not necessarily from their employees or their dealerships. They demand perfection from us consumers when we respond to surveys about the service at the dealership. It turns out that bad...Show More Summary
If you’re looking for new talent to join your company, one of the best places to find them is by asking your employees. Jobvite considers this type of resource “undervalued” and believes that by leveraging your current team, you’ll be able to increase your reach across a much larger network. Helping companies tap into this […]
A potential Dollar Shave Club customer laid down an unusual challenge to the company on its Facebook page not long ago. In exchange for his pledge to order a one-month subscription of razors, an employee had to solve a Rubik's Cube in two minutes or less.
Sounds like a memorable meal. A restaurant employee in Cleveland clearly needs a refresher course in customer service: Not only did he insult a customer's girlfriend, but he then assaulted the man with a hammer. The incident occurred...Show More Summary
An employee of a Chicago McDonald's is being recognized for going above and beyond in providing customer service to a disabled customer. [ more › ]
A whole new branch of the sharing economy is coming under fire from disgruntled workers who argue that they're being treated like employees but are getting none of the workplace benefits. Food-delivery services including GrubHub, Caviar and DoorDash were all sued Wednesday by drivers in San Francisco, who allege that the companies have "misclassified" them […]