CORrecap: Ten Hits from This Week in HR
Is your Twitter feed overloaded? What about your inbox? Here are ten stories we noticed among the noise this week in HR, payroll and business news.
- [Some](http://goo.gl/BQkCy6) are calling the Department of Labor's new overtime rule a "nightmare."
- Here is just [one response](http://goo.gl/kHcyi7) to Salon.com's controversial recent [article](http://goo.gl/23EasG), "5 Ways Corporate HR Departments Monitor Your Movements -- Even When You're Not Working."
- More bank news: Can [robots](http://goo.gl/TDu3ax) actually hire people?
- Here are [8 ways](http://goo.gl/kw6dYg) to tell whether a small business is compliant with HR laws.
- Does hiring millennials cause [more work](http://goo.gl/BXQLMn) for HR professionals?
- [Survey says](http://goo.gl/0TQT6b): CEOs leaning more on HR for "innovative business strategies."
- Background checks are a hot topic [this week](http://goo.gl/8YDQt8).
- Encouraging [survey results](http://goo.gl/KQ7sNQ) for HR professionals from SHRM.
- Paycor turned 25 this year...and so did the [Americans with Disabilities Act](http://goo.gl/iGJNqB) (ADA).
- "Can a human resources executive tackle a megabank's [stress tests](http://goo.gl/EQxm4x?")
Have a great weekend!
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