How Can HR Contribute to Cybersecurity

18 September, 2018
By G-Team in Technology
Given today’s technological advancements, cybersecurity has become a key component in every business. According to an article in The Washington Post in 2012, it was reported that “both the public and private sector will require 50,000 cybersecurity jobs in the immediate future.”

In fact, as hackers and cyber criminals become more innovative in their crimes, it is becoming increasingly difficult to detect these cybercrimes.
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Improve Your Employee's Mental Health With These 4 Office Improvements

11 September, 2018
By G-Team in Human Resource
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In the past, workplaces used to be made up uninspiring and enclosed cubicles. With high cubicles walls that divided employees from each other, this prevented collaboration and reduced communication between employees.

However, the rise of large tech companies and proliferation of startups in recent years have completely transformed office designs today.
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[Guide] Employment Template Module

06 September, 2018
By RenQun Huang in Human Resource
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Create amazing employee experiences from day one and beyond. Our Employment Template module helps to streamline the essentials of onboarding with fast and convenient online offer creation and mobile acceptance. Here is how easy it is to get started.
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Will You Dock Pay For Toilet Breaks That Exceed 90 Seconds?

04 September, 2018
By G-Team in Payroll
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American publishing company, American Future Systems, has recently come under the spotlight for failing to pay the minimum wage to non-exempt sales representatives and maintaining mandatory time records.

It was established that American Future Systems implemented a “flexible time” policy in 2009 that eliminated paid breaks but allow employees to log off their computers at “any time, for any reason, and for any duration.” These sales representatives were allowed to leave the office when they are logged off.
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