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Dear GVC SHRM Members and HR Members At-Large,
The New York State Society
for Human Resource Management (NYS-SHRM) is very pleased to announce 75
employers that will be honored as part of its 2019 Best Companies to Work for
in New York State awards.
The Genesee Valley Chapter SHRM is very
proud to recognize the 12 outstanding employers in our region who are
being honored as a Best Company in 2019:
Small Employers (15-99 US
Genesee Council on Alcoholism and Substance
Abuse, Inc. (GCASA)
HR Works, Inc.
Medium Employers (100-249
First American Equipment Finance]
Genesee Regional Bank
Large Employers (250+
The Pike Companies, LTD
Your GVC SHRM Board of Directors
CLICK HERE for the full press release!
Sandy Whitmore, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
President, Genesee Valley Chapter SHRM
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An employer who attempted to backdate a requirement that employees have a clean police record was found by the Australia Fair Work Commission to have unfairly dismissed an employee who had a criminal past.
The Saudi Arabia Ministry of Labor and Social Development has announced that select employers will be eligible for reimbursement of or exemption from the monthly fee paid for each foreign worker under their sponsorship.
The proposed Paycheck Fairness Act would prohibit employers nationwide from asking job applicants about their salary history and require employers to prove that pay disparities between men and women are job-related.
New York State Society for Human Resource Management
HR Certification Institute