Company leaders seem to realize the benefits of hiring more women and the benefits of a diverse workplace. However, organizations in the technology sector continue to struggle with hiring and retaining women, as well as other minorities. This has had serious consequences in recent years.
A number of laws impact how employees are expected to act at work or to prevent prohibited activities. It's important to understand how these impact your office and what HR resources and recourse there are.
If you work for a conglomerate or a large firm of any type, you are likely to face a merger and acquisition at some point, maybe several times within the span of a few short years when an industry is in flux. It's helpful to your sanity to understand some of the things that are likely to happen.
Blockchain technology is transforming the world. It's changing the way people spend money, make investments, and more. As a result, blockchain is also providing banks with new information and new ways to handle transactions and more.
Driven by the rising costs of living and office space in technology corridors such as San Francisco and New York City, more companies are looking to the Denver area to find affordable bases of operation in a talent-rich population. The Mile-High City has seen a steady influx of both employers and tech talent.
The clock is ticking and quickly running out for you to meet the new UBO requirements to remain AML compliant in the U.S. In May of 2018 the new requirements will go into effect and if you aren’t ready, you may not like the consequences.