Archive for October, 2011

Review: HR Tech 2011

October 17th, 2011

HR Tech

Joel Passen, Newton Software’s Head of Marketing, likens the annual HR Tech Conference to what the “Speech From the Throne” must have been like during the middle ages when the reigning monarch would lay out the condition of the nation and decree the agenda going forward.

Read more about Joel’s fear and loathing in Las Vegas, what he thinks of schwag and his thoughts on the current state of HR technology.

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About Newton Software:
Newton is modern, easy-to-use applicant tracking software designed to organize and improve internal recruiting programs for small and medium sized businesses (30-3000 employees). Newton features best-of-breed dashboards that create unparalleled visibility and transparency. And, Newton is the only ATS designed to drive the decisions that drive hiring taking into account all users in the corporate recruiting workflow. Industry leading adoption rates (+90%) ensure easy collaboration and powerful performance driven metrics allow HR and Recruiting users are in control.

Attention Alabama Employers: How does the latest legislation impact your Affirmative Action and OFCCP requirements?

October 11th, 2011

Alabama Employers: How does the latest legislation impact your Affirmative Action and OFCCP requirements?

Attend a regional seminar led by National and Regional experts regarding the often challenging and confusing AA / EEO / OFCCP requirements.

Participants will receive 3 hours of CE credit for your PHR or SPHR certification

Wednesday, November 2, 2011
1:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.


6800 Governors West, NW Huntsville, AL
T 256-428-5425    F 256-428-2001

Meeting Room – Mediterranean V & VI

Ticket price: $25

Seating is limited – RSVP today!

Parking available

Register for this seminar HERE

Here’s what to expect.

  • How DOL and the U.S. Congress have woken the sleeping ADA giant, and why plaintiffs’ attorneys and the EEOC are excited
  • What impact the Alabama immigration law will have on your business, and which provisions are likely to withstand judicial challenges
  • Your company’s obligation to solicit race and gender data
  • The proposed OFCCP guidelines on compensation analyse
  • Guidelines for self-evaluation of compensation practices for compliance with EO 11246 with respect to systematic compensation discriminatio
  • How to leverage Applicant Tracking technology for compliance, data tracking and storage

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