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    Colorado Revises Guidance on Job Posting Requirements

    Employers covered by the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act will have to post wage and benefit information for all covered promotional opportunities and job openings—including remote jobs that can be performed anywhere—unless that work is specifically tied to a non-Colorado worksite. Source Article More

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    Scenario Planning Produces Better Benefit Strategies

    HR can use scenario planning to explore how different benefits packages could maximize value for employees and minimize employer costs. Doing so can help organizations respond to issues such as hybrid workforces and rising turnover rates. Source Article More

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    Breuninger expands its presence to Hamburg

    Grand opening 2023 in Westfield Hamburg-Überseequartier district Stuttgart/Hamburg, 28 July 2021 The beautiful things in life are coming to beautiful Hamburg: In 2023, Stuttgart-based fashion and lifestyle company Breuninger will open a new flagship store in the Westfield Hamburg-Überseequartier district, its first location in northern Germany. As the largest anchor tenant by far in the […] More

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    New Frontier Data Releases First Comparative Study on EU and US Cannabis Regulations

    Consumer Product Expectations Projected to Influence Evolution of Cannabis Regulatory Framework Washington, July 28, 2021 — New Frontier Data (, the premier data, analytics and technology firm specializing in the global cannabis industry, in partnership with SōRSE Technology, the leader in water-soluble emulsion technology, releases its latest report, 2021 Cannabis Regulatory Landscape: Emerging Trends in […] More

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    Labour would legislate on flexible working

    Employers would have a duty to offer compressed hours and flexibility around caring duties under new Labour proposals. The post Labour would legislate on flexible working appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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