Handling Disgruntled Employees and Keeping The Workplace Safe

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Aug 30
Just like any relationship, the employer – employee relationship is delicate and has the potential of ending badly; it requires the soft touch and a stroke of genius to manage these separations gracefully. It is easy for an ex-employee to create a ruckus when they are laid off. It can be a PR nightmare when a former employee starts bad-mouthing the business online or offline, calling the office repeatedly, or even showing up in-person to

Human Resources vs. Procurement: Who Manages The Contingent Workforce?

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Jul 31
For most organizations, human capital is often considered one of their biggest assets. With the rise of gig economy however, companies have been adopting a more flexible and fluid model and have begun to depend more on contingent workers and independent consultants. Now a functional dilemma arises before hiring this contingent workforce – considering the need is for a temporary resource, should it fall under procurement or does the human element make it the responsibility

What Is GDPR and Why Should You Care As An American?

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Jun 29
What Is GDPR and Why Should You Care As An American? What is GDPR? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation of European Union (EU) governing consumers’ private information which was adopted by European Parliament in April 2016 and came into action on 25th May 2018. How the firms approach data protection and how responsive their security teams were in the past has changed after the induction of GDPR. With GDPR, we now

You Thought Ransomware Is Bad, Introducing Cryptojacking.

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Jun 25
Cryptojacking is “jacking” or the unauthorized use of a computer system to mine cryptocurrency. There are many ways by which hackers can jack a system – the most popular being, an infecting website or getting the victim to click on an unsecured link via an email which downloads the malicious crypto-mining code on to the computer. There have been reports of various malicious online ads with embedded JavaScript code that auto-executes once loaded in the
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10 Ways in Which Cybercrime Is Changing

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Jun 14
Human being is a social animal and tends to socialize by interacting and sharing with other beings. Although people enjoy sharing they also seek and cherish their right to privacy; they prefer less to no invasion of the same. Nowadays, we have become quite desensitized to news like data breaches, cyber-attacks, phishing, and logic bombs. ‘Cybercrime’ is no more a new buzzword, but an accepted reality. People are becoming more and more tolerant about the