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Cooper Hires New Chief Human Resources Officer

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. has hired John Bollman as the company’s new senior vice president and chief human resources officer, effective March 21.

Problem Employees

Managing difficult employees and holding them accountable in a litigation-happy environment often feels akin to walking a tightrope while wearing a blindfold. And while not every under-performing or disgruntled employee will take legal action, companies can discourage litigation by instituting and consistently following good discipline and performance policies. Two important management tools for handling challenging

Bridgestone Hires New HR Chief

Jan Steinmetz has joined Bridgestone Americas as the company’s new chief human resources officer. Effective Dec. 7, Steinmetz will lead the tiremaker’s international human resource programming for nearly 55,000 teammates. She will report to Gary Garfield, CEO and president for Bridgestone Americas and will work out of the company’s Nashville-based headquarters. “Jan joins our team

Federated Insurance, TIA to Offer Webinar

Federated Insurance and the Tire Industry Association are teaming up to offer TIA members access to the “Got Talent?” webinar on September 16 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm (EDT). TIA said the webinar will cover challenges in attracting and retaining quality employees at either end of the age spectrum and attendees will learn: How to attract

Using HR Consultants – How to Effectively Outsource HR Functions

Human Resources is often so intimately involved in the day to day operations of a company that a lot of employers wonder if they could ever effectively outsource it. Small business can not only effectively outsource HR to a managed services team, but can run a stronger company and more productive workforce with an external

Interviewing Tips and Techniques for Finding the Right Candidate

We all know that the recruiting process for a small business can be overwhelming and time consuming, not to mention how expensive it can be if the wrong person is hired and they aren’t a good fit for the company or the position. So, what can be done to help make the process more efficient

Background Check Requirements and Best Practices Guidelines

Recently, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) joined forces to publish guideline documents to continue to educate employers regarding background checks and the applicable laws and regulations surrounding them. The information provided isn’t anything new but it serves as a good reminder for employers that currently are conducting