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Two Case Studies on USERRA: Who Wins?


In yesterday’s installment, attorney Matthew Effland outlined the basic requirements of USERRA (Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act). Today: two USERRA case studies.

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HR’s Response to Leave Issues? Bewilderment


“In all the jurisdictions I’ve practiced in, the general reaction to leave issues is bewilderment,” says attorney Matthew Effland. In a recent presentation at SHRM’s Annual Conference and Exposition, Effland clarified th e particularly confusing issue of military leave.

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Do You Actively Recruit Passive Candidates?

As the unemployment rate inches further downward and positions are taking longer to fill, many employers are looking for new and innovative ways to reach the best talent. One option that is increasing in popularity is searching for passive candidates—individuals who may not be directly looking for a new job, but who would be open to switching jobs if the right opportunity arises.

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Sales Comp Never Easy in an Ever-Changing Environment

Sales comp is tricky any time, but it is especially difficult now, when so many things are changing: the customers, the products, the technology. But you still need a plan. Expert Laura Roach, CCP, has one.

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10 Steps to Align Comp with Strategy

Align your compensation program with your corporate strategies—how many times have we heard that? Now Laura Roach, CCP, offers 10 practical steps for accomplishing this key mission.

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