Roundup: This Week’s Popular HR News From Around The Web

HR News Roundup: This week find out about HR Metrics your CEO will love, how to empower remote workers, and more…. this week’s top human resources news stories from around the web.

Why Is There Still a Gender Pay Gap?
It surprises many that women still earn an estimated 20 percent less than men, on average. How
come? Is it bias? Or are other factors at work? According to a new study, other factors are in
HR Metrics the C-Suite Will Appreciate
To be business leaders, HR professionals must utilize C-Suite thinking in reporting and decision
support. And that means metrics. For guidance we turned to the all-HR-in-one website,
Empowering Your Mobile Worker
A modern mobile IT strategy is no longer an option, it is an absolute business necessity. Today’s
most productive employees are not tied to a desk, an office, or a location. They are mobile. And
your company’s IT strategy has to be ready to support them with easy, reliable, 24/7 access to
the business information they need, from anywhere in the world, across a broad range of
communication devices
Male harassment victim gets his day in court
Remember the male harassment victim who was told he should walk around singing “I’m too
sexy for my shirt”? The case has finally been resolved — and you can probably guess how it
turned out for the employer.
The Move To Ubiquitous Tech And Its Impact On HR
My entire childhood and teenage years involved a full out war between two tech giants you may
recognize: Microsoft and Apple. At school, we were in the Apple camp. I was particularly
enamored with Hypercard, a program that I used to make a choose-your-own-adventure
application that allowed you to kill a stick figure in various ways.
Nearly Five Percent of U.S. Workers Are Age Sixty-Five Plus
A recent CareerBuilder study shows 57 percent of workers age 60 plus said they would look for a
new job after retiring from their current company, showing that retirement no longer means the
end of one’s career. In fact, an estimated 4.7% of jobs are held by workers who are 65 years of
age and over, up from 4% in 2001. That amounts to seven million jobs.
10 Signs That Your Employees Really Love What They Do
just received through my feed his post celebrating 10 years of blogging (a feat I hope to accomplish someday) in which he highlighted his 10 most popular posts.

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