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The daily Wiser human resources news email is designed for human resources professionals and those with an interest in the function. That function is crucial to all sizes of business and organization, from small companies with a handful of employees up to large corporations that employ thousands. The term covers the people or department in a company responsible for staffing issues - recruitment, training, downsizing, and performance appraisal. Proper management of human resources helps companies attract and retain the best people, get the most out of their workforce, and stay on the ride side of employment laws and regulations. So staying up-to-date with the industry has never been more important. Technology presents new challenges for businesses on a daily basis, and many industries are going through periods of change. There are also new ways of working that can be learned, as well as changes in regulations that should always be monitored. Register today for the free human resources news email from Wiser. Once signed up you will receive a daily digest in your inbox featuring the articles you should read to stay informed on this important aspect of business.

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Much of opposition to Aadhaar mere nuisance: K J Alphons
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Now Is the Time to Review and Use Your 2017 Health Care Benefits
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EU plans to move closer to the Swedish model for parental leave
The Economist • The Economist
EQUEST VS RECRUITING POSTING
SAP Blogs • Dibyendu Ghosh
Battleground: OSU and UM compete for Toledo’s best players
Toledo Blade Latest Headlines • Nicholas Piotrowicz
A Canadian Single Dad Says He Was Harassed For Taking Paternity Leave In Japan
huffingtonpost.ca • Natalie Stechyson
IIT-M placements: Apple, UIDAI among recruiters
The Times of India • Vinayashree J.
Labour criticises delays to universal credit reforms
The Guardian • Peter Walker Political Correspondent
6 Times Being an Out-Of-State Job Applicant Helps (and Hurts) You
Glassdoor Blog • Andrew Pentis, Student Loan Hero
Government Confirms Yet Another Universal Credit U-Turn
huffingtonpost.co.uk • George Bowden
 
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Much of opposition to Aadhaar mere nuisance: K J Alphons
Business StandardIans
Much of the opposition to the use of Aadhaar cards for delivering government services on grounds of privacy being violated is a mere nuisance, Union Minister K J Alphons said here on Thursday. Even getting a visa often requires providing a lot...
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Now Is the Time to Review and Use Your 2017 Health Care Benefits
ETF TrendsIris.Xyz
By The Sense via Iris.xyz Let the traditions begin this week! Gather with loved ones, give thanks, and try – really try – to eat everything your eyes see. Take a break from finances for the week but next week, remember that...
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Labor Policy, Parental Leave
EU plans to move closer to the Swedish model for parental leave
The EconomistThe Economist
WHEN Johan Braven had his first child he took nine months of leave. For the second he took ten months, the same amount as his wife. “I was afraid of not having the bond if I didn’t spend time at home with...
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Human Resources, Recruiting
EQUEST VS RECRUITING POSTING
SAP BlogsDibyendu Ghosh
Hi All, I am certified consultant in SAP SuccessFactors Recruitment Management, Recruitment Marketing, Onboarding, Employee Central and Workforce Analytics. Working in SAP SuccessFactors from 2012, mostly in Recruitment Management. Was implementing a US based project wherein they wanted to post the jobs...
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Battleground: OSU and UM compete for Toledo’s best players
Toledo Blade Latest HeadlinesNicholas Piotrowicz
Toledo’s geography makes for unique rooting interests. In the case of the Midwest’s premier college football rivalry, Toledo also makes for a uniquely fierce recruiting ground. At a certain point, the best players from Toledo draw the attention of both Ohio State...
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Labor Policy, Parental Leave
A Canadian Single Dad Says He Was Harassed For Taking Paternity Leave In Japan
huffingtonpost.caNatalie Stechyson
It's called pata-hara in Japan. Paternity harassment is such a widespread problem in Japanese business culture that even though paternity leave is a legal right, only three per cent of men take it. And Canadian Glen Wood says he's experiencing pata-hara firsthand....
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IIT-M placements: Apple, UIDAI among recruiters
The Times of IndiaVinayashree J.
CHENNAI: This year's placements at IIT-Madras will see first-time participants like Apple Inc and Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) in the recruitment process that is scheduled to begin on December 1. Nearly 15% of the registered companies are first-time companies. The...
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Employee Benefits, Labor Policy
Labour criticises delays to universal credit reforms
The GuardianPeter Walker Political Correspondent
Opposition parties and charities have criticised budget measures to improve the rollout of universal credit after it emerged that the changes will not be introduced until as late as April. In his budget speech, Philip Hammond announced a £1.5bn fund to assist...
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Human Resources, Recruiting
6 Times Being an Out-Of-State Job Applicant Helps (and Hurts) You
Glassdoor BlogAndrew Pentis, Student Loan Hero
When clicking submit on an online job application, you’ve probably stared straight into your computer screen and wondered whether your application would ever be seen. These uneasy feelings are compounded when you apply for a job in another state. Even if your...
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Currencies, Employee Benefits
Government Confirms Yet Another Universal Credit U-Turn
huffingtonpost.co.ukGeorge Bowden
A further U-turn on the government’s beleaguered Universal Credit reforms was confirmed today in a victory for campaigners. Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke confirmed on Thursday that rent payments would now continue to be paid directly to landlords rather than to...
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