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Beware of Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination Lawsuits

Under the law, sexual harassment includes any unwelcome sexual advance or conduct on the job that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working...

High tech buyer's guide

High tech stuff you can use right now to ease your workforce woes.

Make sure you get all the background information you can on potential employees. Use this form to request references.

Modeled after popular Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs, in which consumers buy shares of local farmers’ harvests in advance and get weekly...

Recruiting and hiring may not have been priorities last year, but if predictions for a sustained economic recovery bear fruit, the collective “help wanted” sign could go up again this year. In fact, smart companies never stop hiring and even during the downturn have been strategically working to improve their odds of luring the best candidates from a labor market that, at least for now, more resembles an ocean than a pool.

It’s not like restaurants haven’t wanted to grow over the last year. It’s just nobody wants to lend the money for it.

If you haven't started preparing for Obamacare, you're not alone. A July poll of 4,000 employers, by human relations consulting firm Mercer, found 56 percent had been waiting for a Supreme Court decision before planning.

For the strongest inkling of what will unfold for restaurants in 2014, consider some of the sleeper trends of late 2013.

Adjustments in tech strategies, a big promotion that slipped past unnoticed, why every big chain should be scared and the day fast food lost its mind.

Beer, wine and even cocktails have been a point of differentiation for fast casuals, but as far as consumers are concerned, there’s still room to grow.

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