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MODERN EMPLOYER: Avoid recruiting bias, embrace a 40-hour work week, get the new W-4

Posted on: April 5th, 2018 | Category: Employee Relations, Government Regulatory & Compliance Issues, hiring process, HR Outsourcing, MODERN EMPLOYER, Our Blog



Check out what great news, advice and activities are making workforce waves right now.

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Six mistakes to stop making to avoid recruiting bias.

Fast Company recently reported on common recruiting mistakes that can lead to trouble.

Get advice to avoid EEOC hiring issues.

Melinda Gates 40-hour-work-weekThe 40-hour workweek: Melinda Gates gets it!

In her first LinkedIn post, Melinda Gates wrote about the damage a workaholic culture does.

Here’s why we keep a 40-hour workweek.

MODERN EMPLOYER 2018 W-4 FILE IT: The IRS released the new 2018 W-4 form.

We’ve got information employers need to know, and a downloadable copy of Form W-4.

See what’s new and how to file properly.

Still a few days left for the Women of Vision exhibit!

We are a proud sponsor of this Allentown Art Museum exhibition that ends this Sunday.

Find out more from the museum.

OUR WORKPLACE: The big team event reveal!

Our Employee Appreciation Day tradition is a surprise second-quarter team-building event.

See what fabulous event we are doing!

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