The United States is one of few developed countries that don’t offer some sort of…
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Depending on the job, access to the social media communications of a potential hire may be in your company's best interest
Employers asking prospective hires for their Facebook password is a hot button topic but it’s…
By Alfred Edmond, Jr.
April 2, 2012
Tags: Eli Pariser, employee rights, employment law, expectation of pricacy, Facebook, hiring, human resource management, human resources, invasion of privacy, JJ Ramberg, job application, job creation, MSNBC, password, privacy settings, Social media, social media privacy settings, social media tools, The Filter Bubble, Your Business
These movies taught lessons on workplace and career issues
These are six of the best films with black actors that incorporated everyday workplace issues.
By Janell Hazelwood
January 17, 2012
Tags: Acting, black films, black hollywood, Career Advancement, Def Jam, Denzel Washington, discrimination, Eartha Kitt, Eddie Murphy, employee, employee rights, entertainment, entertainment industry, film business, Grace Jones, Halle Berry, hip-hop industry, hip-hop renamed, indenpendent films, interoffice affairs, interoffice communication, interoffice conflict, marriage, music business, Music Industry, racism, Robin Givens, Russell Simmons, Samuel L. Jackson, Will Smith, workers' rights, workplace politics