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Engage PEO Forms Mid-Market Division

Group Created to Address Growing Demand from Large Employers For Strategic HR and Benefits Services.

Fort Lauderdale, Fla., (April 21, 2015) — Engage PEO, a leading professional employer organization providing HR outsourcing solutions to small and mid-sized businesses across the U.S., today announced the formation of a new division dedicated to serve the needs of employers with more than 500 employees. 423 more words

Press Releases

Why Hire Diversity?

 It is safe to say that although tremendous progress has been made since the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, there are still challenges faced by African Americans, women, Hispanics, disabled, and other minority groups as evidenced by employment numbers, and how the OFCCP regulations call for affirmative action. 311 more words


Why having a "sweetheart" complex isn't as pleasant as it sounds

At five-foot-two I stand barely tall enough to reach the overhead cabinets or close the microwave door. “I’m tiny, but fierce,” I say, to justify myself when I receive yet another “I didn’t know you were so short” comment. 608 more words

Social Change

"Demand A Higher Wage, People!": The Status Quo Of Wage Injustice And Greed-Driven Inequality Relies On Our Complicity

Chasten Florence was on his lunch break when he decided to join a protest outside a McDonald’s in New York City on Wednesday. To be honest, Florence wasn’t really sure what he was helping protest. 863 more words

Economic Inequality

Answer Your Phone During Chaos

If you are aspiring to be the worst applicant ever, ANSWER YOUR PHONE DURING CHAOS. You’ve recently handed out nearly 100 resumes and you’re expecting to receive a lot of phone calls. 231 more words


Labor Department Staff Recognized with Outstanding Service Award

Five Idaho Department of Labor employees were recently recognized with Outstanding Service Awards.

Nominated by fellow staff members, these exceptional employees were chosen based on the extra care they put into their work and their drive to improve the communities where they live and work. 665 more words

Idaho Department Of Labor

THOMAS M. JOHNSON JR: Ambushing Employers’ Speech Rights

Wall Street Journal: The federal government is redoubling efforts to promote unions and keep companies quiet.

A popular narrative since the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision in 2010 posits that corporations have displaced political and religious minorities as the principal beneficiaries of First Amendment rights. 67 more words