Employee Management

USCIS expands E-Verify Self Check

Self Check is a free online service which enables U.S. workers to check their own employment eligibility status. It is the first online service offered directly to workers. FULL STORY »

Hearings this week on coalition’s immigration labor bill

Hearings will begin today on the Kansas Business Coalition’s labor-friendly immigration bills. Under HB 2712 and SB 399, Kansas would establish a program to manage the undocumented population in the state by granting work authorization to program participants, rather than incarceration or deportation. FULL STORY »

CHS contributes to National FFA’s teaching ag campaign

CHS, Inver Grove Heights, Minn., has given $104,300 to the National Teach Ag Campaign, an initiative to bring attention to the need for more agricultural educators in the United States. FULL STORY »

Labor Department to re-propose ‘parental exemption’

The U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division plans to re-propose the "parental exemption" portion of its regulation on child labor in agriculture. FULL STORY »

Seaboard and Prestage emphasize animal-care commitments

Seaboard Foods and Prestage Farms have both addressed the Humane Society of the United States’ (HSUS) latest undercover video and attack on their operations in Oklahoma and gestation-sow stalls. FULL STORY »

Regain command of your day

Phones ringing, emails popping up, mail piling up, salespeople stopping by, managers asking questions… sound familiar? Sounds like a lot going on and nothing getting done. By making small changes in how you manage your time and workflow, it’s possible to take a little more control of your day. And a little can add up to a lot. FULL STORY »

Animal scientists have a major contention with Yahoo!

Last week Yahoo! came out with an article, College Majors That Are Useless, which ruffled many feathers within the agriculture community and generated several responses FULL STORY »

Commentary: Useless Indeed

It’s no secret that agricultural illiteracy is rampant in the United States. But when a colleague flagged an article “College Majors that are Useless,” with three of the top five “useless degrees” in agriculture, my reaction was “Are you kidding me?” FULL STORY »

Immigration proposal could ease ag labor woes

In a move that could help address ag labor concerns, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency wants to make it easier for undocumented immigrants to apply for visas. FULL STORY »

The 3 R’s for dealing with workplace bullying

We’ve heard a lot recently about bullying in the classroom, but what about bullying in the boardroom? Yes, workplace bullying is a pressing problem in today’s workplaces. According to the Workplace Bullying Institute (WBI), 35 percent of the U.S. workforce report being bullied at work. That’s an estimated 53.5 million Americans being bullied right now! An additional 15 percent of people have witnessed workplace bullying. In all, half of all Americans have firsthand experience with workplace bullying in some way. FULL STORY »

How well do you delegate?

Owners and managers who struggle with delegation are probably the rule, rather than the exception for most businesses. But imagine if there was a formula to help delegate tasks and responsibilities more effectively? FULL STORY »

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