You have to work harder to grow a career online, according to a new report from career site Thrame.
Thrame CEO and Founder Alex Sissel said that in a survey of 2,000 employers, only 15 percent of employers were aware of the new rules, which were adopted by the federal government on Thursday.
This comes after an internal review of the rules found that companies were not taking the necessary steps to prevent employee harassment, according the report.
The new rules apply to companies that have more than 10 employees and offer more than 50 paid and unpaid hours of work per week.
These companies will now have to use a form of a “shared experience” system that allows employees to interact online in a private setting.
In a press release, Sisse said: “Employers need to be thinking about how they can better ensure that they are providing the best workplace for their employees.”
Sissel told Fox Sports that employers should take a step back and look at their processes, including hiring, training and benefits.
This will help ensure that employees are treated with dignity and respect.
The company is offering a $25,000 reward to employees who can show that they have a shared experience system.
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