A White House proposal to merge the OFCCP with the EEOC has sparked a months-long fight over the fate of the agency. David Smith, Ph.D., President and CEO of EASI•Consult®, sifts through the debate to sort out where the federal agency now stands and what it could mean for government contractors.
Pay equity seems to be the latest buzz when it comes to workplace issues in companies large and small. But as Caroline Gibson, senior consultant for EASI•Consult®, points out, managing compensation doesn’t have to be so difficult.
Sexism has a strong foothold in the workplace, so change takes time and a concerted effort from leadership, not a complete 180 from office decorum and standards, explains David Hoff, COO and executive VP for EASI•Consult®.
Baby boomers are increasingly leaving a large void in the workplace as they age out into retirement. As viable job candidates become harder to find the traditional way, some entrepreneurs are taking an outside-the-box approach, as Joseph Gier, Ph.D., VP of Consulting Services at EASI•Consult® discusses.
The recent sex bias lawsuit against Google brings to light just how many tech giants seem to be struggling with gender discrimination. David Smith, Ph.D., president and CEO of EASI•Consult®, shares what companies across all industries can do to prevent similar legal challenges.
There has been a renewed focus in the U.S. on programs that train and prepare America’s young workforce for the most in-demand industries. But is that training enough for long-term success?
Social media is certainly not a new topic in employment law. But, as David Smith, Ph.D., the president and CEO of EASI•Consult® highlights, the prevalence of online networking continues to raise legal questions, most recently about the use of LinkedIn by former employees.
Major companies like IBM that set the pace for remote positions are now calling workers back to the traditional office environment. But is the about-face a wise move or will it cost in terms of operations and employee morale?
In less than a year, healthy grocery store giant Whole Foods Market experienced a massive shift in leadership, from two Co-CEOs down to one, and entered into a definitive merger agreement under which they would be acquired by Amazon. In the midst of all this change, what might we learn about leadership by examining their journey?