Month: March 2020

AT&T continues more layoffs despite profits

'They're liquidating us': AT&T continues layoffs and outsourcing despite profits Cindy Liddick had worked at the AT&Tcall center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for 12 years before it closed earlier this month. The former customer support specialist is among the more than 16,000 people in the United States who have lost their jobs at the communications giant

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Karen Antrim’s Take on HRTech

The following is an interview with Karen Antrim, a thirty-year hiring and talent acquisition veteran. We wanted to pick her brain on what HR Tools are interesting to her, as well as the best practices and frameworks she’s learned over time. Enjoy! What’s your story, how did you get into the… Hat Tip To: Everyone’s

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Evolving Voluntary Benefits Can Address Burgeoning Mental Health Issues in the Workplace

Obviously, COVID-19 has changed everything over the last couple weeks. Travel has been cut down. Restaurants, malls, and theaters are shuttering. The markets are down. And, as you might guess, all this takes a heavy toll on your employees. It’s a stressful time for them in many ways, and that will most likely contribute to

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The World of Punk Rock HR: March 29, 2020

Offer them what they secretly want and they of course immediately become panic-stricken. – Jack Kerouac This upcoming week for HR professionals feels like it will be a doozy. Furloughs are the new layoffs. Remote work is still messy. And even procurement teams are coming to HR and flipping out because very few companies have…

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