Help your company prevent human trafficking—it’s an HR problem.
By Dori Meinert
Is Management Obsolete?
Management practices should be reinvented to foster collaboration among workers, one author maintains.
Interview by Donna M. Owens
EDUCATION AND TRAINING SPECIAL REPORT
Must-Have: An HR Internship
Students and organizations have much to gain from internships in human resources.
By Kathryn Tyler
Retool Your Public-Private Partnerships
Emerging public-private training partnerships offer models for your organization.
By Eric Krell
AGENDA: HR TECH
Social media fosters knowledge sharing among employees worldwide.
By Dave Zielinski
AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Matching Jobs with Pay
More employers are using market pay rather than traditional job evaluation methods to set compensation levels.
By Nancy Hatch Woodward
ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
Inclusive thinking, grievances, amending policies
By Shari Lau, GPHR, SPHR-CA, Edward Yost, SPHR, and Yvette Lee, GPHR, PHR-CA
Online onboarding tools can ease the way and speed productivity for new hires.
By Drew Robb
The Perils of Multistate Employment
Multistate employers must juggle states’ various requirements, from background checks to wage and hour policies.
By Jathan Janove
Grow Your Rep
Actively build and maintain your reputation among colleagues.
By Chris Komisarjevsky
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Supreme Court hears arguments on health care reform; Obama signs Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act; more.
High CEO pay triggers shareholder opposition; companies’ environmental reputations don’t match performance.
Award upheld in retaliation case; employee who could not work overtime was not disabled under ADA; more.
Compensation and benefits; health and safety; staffing; more.
FROM THE CEO
The Next Challenge: Global Talent Migration
By Henry G. Jackson
Hiring Drives Staffing Challenges
A brighter jobs outlook could drive new recruitment and retention strategies.
By Jennifer Schramm
BOOKS IN BRIEF
Summaries of 1501 Ways to Reward Employees, HR at Your Service, Great by Choice and Quiet.