Recruitment Incentives

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“It’s a Match!”

Can techniques for finding a good date be used to find a good job or a good candidate? Some creators of recruiting technology think so. The recruiting app Switch uses a Tinder-like tool to match hiring managers and...more

Five on Friday – Five Recent Developments that We’ve Been Watching Closely - May 2015

It’s Friday and time for another overview of developments in the field of business and human rights that we’ve been monitoring. This week’s post includes: new private and public initiatives on recruitment fees, including...more

SEC Finally Approves FINRA’s Watered-Down Recruitment Broker Bonus Disclosure Rule

Lost in the commotion surrounding the Department of Labor's new fiduciary rule was the Securities and Exchange Commission's approval of FINRA's recruitment bonus disclosure rule, which requires action by broker dealers when...more

Can colleges compensate recruiters based on graduation rates?

As we’ve noted before, our higher education practice regularly receives inquiries related to incentive compensation plans for recruiters. Late last year, following a series of rulemakings, lawsuits, and court decisions, the...more

Tricks or Treats: Human Resources Challenges Ahead

Halloween is traditionally a time for “trick or treating.” For human resource professionals, many days can be Halloween-like, filled with unexpected events or career rewards. Recently, dozens of HR professionals participated...more

Suing the Hand that Feeds You

Jeffrey Jacobs alleges that Idaho’s Pocatello Hospital violated the False Claims Act because of physician recruitment contracts that were overly generous to his practice group. Jeff should know because he was recruited under...more

Why is it So ($&#%*!) to Hard to Hire People in Compliance?

Maurice Gilbert, head of Conselium Executive Search, the leading executive search firm for compliance professionals, has written a fascinating piece on the difficulty in hiring compliance professionals. He was gracious...more

Intellectual Property Bulletin - Spring 2015

California’s Eraser Law: What IP Attorneys and Owners Need to Know - Hector recently graduated from UC Berkeley and is anxious about his upcoming job interview. He is about to enter the adult world. But he has also got...more

Ways to Make Your Family Business More Family Friendly

Family businesses face many hurdles. One of the biggest hurdles for family businesses (as for all businesses) is keeping and retaining talent. Family businesses have to compete for talent against bigger, more established...more

Changing the Status Quo with Extended Option Programs

As technology companies find themselves pushing back IPO timelines and staying private for longer periods of time, they continue to aggressively compete for talent, often against public companies like Google and Facebook. ...more

Antitrust Class Actions Against Employers: A Silicon Valley Special?

One substitute for non-competes with employees is a no-hire agreement with competing employers. As the continuing litigation toll in the Silicon Valley illustrates, that option is illusory...more

UPDATE-The Employees Strike Back: High-Tech Giants Increase Settlement Offer in Wage-Fixing Suit

As discussed in my prior blog post, Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe stand accused of conspiring not to poach one another’s employees in order to keep wages down.  Attorneys representing the class-action employees agreed to...more

California Raiders … Not the Football Kind

In a pair of recent decisions, two courts interpreting California’s quirky non-compete law confirm that employee non-recruitment covenants in California are enforceable – but only if those covenants are necessary to prevent...more

Executive Compensation Strategies to Build Your Company, Win New Business & Develop a Strategic Exit Plan

In this presentation: - Determine Appropriate “Starting Point” - Universe of Incentive Plans - Equity Linked vs. Equity Ownership Plans - Win New Business In An LPTA Environment -...more

NCAA Cannot Bar Compensation of Student-Athletes for Use of Their Names and Likenesses, Federal Court Says

A recent California federal court decision has further lifted the thumb on the scales that has historically benefited collegiate athletics in weighing whether their association rules violate the federal antitrust laws. ...more

Social Media Start-Up Capital: Don't Try a Ponzi Scheme

You’ve got the perfect idea for a social media site, but how do you attract a critical mass of members to launch it? Your credit cards are maxed out and your friends and family are tapped too. Can you attract members by...more

Advanced Manufacturing Requires Next-Generation Employees

Last week, Scott Kaspar addressed the “skills gap” that concerns high-tech manufacturers with state-side production facilities. But manufacturers need employees with more than mere technical skills. Workers should be able to...more

Successful Growth Through Acquisitions

Many midmarket companies have long recognized the need to grow their businesses by acquisition to supplement internal organic growth. Particularly, in the present challenging low growth economy, acquisition may be the only...more

ASIC Proposes A Fresh Approach To The Regulation Of Employee Incentive Schemes

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW - ASIC is proposing to update and broaden its current employee share scheme class order relief and regulatory guidance in response to developments in market practice and the need for...more

The Importance of “Employment Branding”

Last week, I had an opportunity to speak on a panel at the annual Work/Life & Flexibility Expo in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Expo recognizes businesses who have successfully implemented workplace flexibility initiatives. ...more

Diversity at Law Firms in the Post-Recession Era

Law firms’ efforts to achieve diversity in their ranks, especially at the partner level, began as long ago as the early 1990s. They ramped up in the early 2000s as many firms invested heavily in programs designed to recruit...more

FINRA Requests Comment on Proposed Rule Requiring Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest in Recruitment Incentives

Member firms often offer financial incentives when recruiting registered representatives. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has stated that it believes such financial incentives raise conflicts of interest that...more

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