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    Kellogg reaches tentative agreement with striking workers

    The agreement includes a defined path to legacy wages and benefits for transitional employees as well as improved benefits overall, according to the announcement.

    Updated Dec. 2, 2021
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    Q&A

    Can Kraft Heinz cut the mustard on D&I goals?

    Kraft Heinz's 2025 diversity and belonging aspirations include gender parity, proportional racial representation and a culture where all employees "truly feel included." 

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    Back to Basics: Fluctuating workweek method isn't an overtime pass

    The method allows employers to pay workers with varying hours a fixed salary — but it's only applicable in "really specific situations," one attorney warned.

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    Pandemic-driven employee surveillance may hurt retention, EU report says

    Monitoring "is something which needs to be done with judgement, care and skill," researchers noted.

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    Alabama Amazon workers to re-do union vote

    The NLRB's most recent decision marks a win for the union and the workers who organized to join it.

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    TikTok taps first-ever head of D&I communications

    TikTok selected Shavone Charles, a VSCO alum who co-founded Twitter's Black ERG, Blackbird, for the role.

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    Group interviews need structure, clear-cut criteria

    Recruiters must juggle many candidates in group interviews, but the efficiency payoff can be worth it.

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    MLB takes a swing at back-up child care, elder care benefits

    A key driver of employee turnover during the pandemic, caregiving has been the subject of numerous employer benefits initiatives in recent months.

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    Adobe: Digital paperwork procedures provide an opportunity for DEI progress

    The firm's research highlights the importance of language choice in diversity and inclusion policies.

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    Unum: Workers to pay more attention during open enrollment this year

    Concern over finances and mental health will drive their choices, the benefits provider revealed.

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    EEOC: Retaliation protections extend to applicants, former employees

    The agency said its update aims to help employers avoid retaliation as workplaces navigate vaccine mandates and other pandemic scenarios.

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    Q&A

    Prof who predicted 'Great Resignation' says innovative flexibility is next

    Flexibility is more than a discussion about remote versus in-office work, Anthony Klotz told HR Dive.

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    US, Swiss governments partner to expand apprenticeships

    Employers across the U.S., particularly those with international roots, have tapped hard into apprenticeships as a way to find workers in a tough market.

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    Opinion

    Paid leave is needed, but is it enough?

    Concerted efforts around long-term flexible work options may be just as important, writes one exec from Financial Health Network.

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    Deep Dive

    Driver referrals in the age of social media: A modern twist on recruitment

    Peer engagement demystifies the industry and creates solidarity among truckers, which can make the job more attractive.

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    Workplace mask and vaccination policies

    Mask mandates 'most important' COVID-19 measure in worker survey

    "When remote work is simply not an option, safety must be priority number one," the Randstad report said. "Companies that don't understand this will struggle to hire and retain talent."

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    SCOTUS to hear Taco Bell employee's arbitration case

    A key point of contention concerns whether, as the employee claimed, her employer waived its right to arbitration by acting inconsistently with that right.

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    Deep Dive

    HR pros are doing 'heroic things' — and they're in high demand

    HR job postings on Indeed are up 87% since the beginning of the pandemic. It's just one sign of the significance of the industry's current moment, practitioners told HR Dive.

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    The 'I' in BIPOC: 4 tips for recruiting Indigenous talent

    Native American folks are frequently left out of diversity and inclusion initiatives, but HR pros can remedy that.

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    Opinion

    How to overcome employee resistance to DEI efforts

    DEI is politically agnostic, write Sarah Rowell and Natasha Nicholson of Kantola Training Solutions. But how can HR communicate that to employees?

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    Suit: NBA's Nets fired workers for speaking out about racial justice

    Several high-profile employers have publicly grappled with employee responses to the Black Lives Matter movement and other racial issues.

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    US tech salaries down slightly, but the market favors candidates

    A 1.1% decrease in average salaries comes down to demand, as companies need to hire junior candidates to fill senior roles. 

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    Workers doubt employers' commitments to closing pay gaps

    Pay equity has come into the spotlight in recent years, prompting more organizations to say they conduct pay parity reviews.

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    DOL finalizes Jan. 30 deadline for $15 federal contractor minimum wage

    It has been nearly four months since DOL published its proposed rule.

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    How the EEO-1's binary gender options make HR's job more difficult

    An HR pro's call to action shows how nonbinary people are misgendered in the name of compliance.