Despite promising tax cuts, companies expect to raise wages 3 percent in 2018, keeping pace with previous years, writes Bloomberg.
U.S. coal mines saw a surge in deaths in 2017, reports Chicago Tribune.
As Puerto Rico struggles to recover from Hurricane Maria and economic crisis, some employers see an opportunity for new front-line workers, according to The Washington Post.
Following accusations of a federal appeals court judge inappropriately touching women, the federal judiciary will review sexual misconduct policies, writes NPR.
The U.S. government could soon deport thousands of Indian workers who have H-1B visas as they await green cards, reports Quartz.
Finally, here are the top priorities of nine CEOs in 2018, via Fast Company.
- 5 Forces Shaping the Future of HR
- Why ‘Leaders Eat Last’
- 5 things you should be doing for your virtual internship program
- Developing a real strategy for on-the-job learning
- Video: Overcoming the narrative of racial difference: Why the controversy?
- Mitigating the effects of implicit bias
- What it takes to become a collaborative leader