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Hiring, Firing and HR Rewiring: Human Resources in the Age of Social Media

In the last decade, social media platforms have embedded themselves in the human resources function in companies worldwide. Companies like LinkedIn and Indeed have built empires based on clever deployment of social media to assist in the hiring and networking … Continue reading

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Firing Games? Have they got Any Knock-on Effects?

Shooting games have recently been drawing everybody’s focus and today, that they are much popular than ever before. Such sort of genre not simply adds pleasure to the video games but they also have many knock-on results. Video games, staying … Continue reading

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Firing Based on Discrimination Illegal in Georgia

Most people seem to know that Georgia is an “at-will” employment state and that an employer can fire you for any reason at all. While this is true, the backdrop to this is that an employer can fire you for … Continue reading

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Firing Mueller Is Only the First Step

I agree with much of what my friend and colleague Richard Pierce has written in his essay, “The Easy Path to Firing Mueller,” but I partially dissent because Pierce, probably like President Donald Trump, has not figured out what comes next. … Continue reading

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The Easy Path to Firing Mueller

The easiest way for President Donald Trump to fire special counsel Robert Mueller is to begin by firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The U.S. Department of Justice regulation that governs special counsel Mueller allows him to be fired only … Continue reading

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