Asia Markets: Asia stocks mostly down after weak U.S. cues
Most Asian markets decline as sentiment takes hits from falling commodity prices and weak U.S. corporate results, with some technology stocks dropping after a sharp fall in Apple shares.
Asian Shares Fall on U.S. Cue
Asian shares were lower Thursday tracking a negative lead from U.S. shares, with technology stocks down after shares of Apple fell sharply in the U.S. The Nikkei fell 1.2%.
American Airlines resumes most flights
But problems remained day after massive technology failure forced nation's third-largest carrier to ground U.S. fleet
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How to Hire Better and Faster
Finding the right employees shouldn’t be a crapshoot. These tips can help you craft an efficient hiring strategy to save you both time and money. Sometimes the hiring process can feel like a slow, nerve-wracking slog to the finish line. And once you get there, are you confident that you’ve hired the right person for the job? Because making the wrong hiring decision can cost you – up to twice the annual salary of the employee in question according to the Society for Human Resources Management. Fortunately, there are steps small business owners and managers can take that will shorten the hiring cycle, increase the chances of securing the best candidates and potentially save you thousands of dollars by avoiding bad hires. Joe Taylor at Small Business Computing lays out steps to help you attract and retain the type of employees that can help your business succeed. Remember, streamlining your business processes can make you more efficient and productive. Apply that theory – and these ...
Canada: Reasonable – But Diminished – Expectation Of Privacy In Contents Of Employer-Owned Laptop - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Justice Fish, writing for the majority of the Supreme Court of Canada, has held that while an employer's ownership of a laptop, its workplace policies and practices, and technology in place can diminish an employee's reasonable expectation of privacy, they do not eliminate it: R v Cole, 2012 SCC 53.
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