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Woven into the Community
Sri Lanka's largest clothing exporter is a remarkable case study in corporate social responsibility.
By Roy Maurer
With midlife often comes a search for meaning--and many are finding it in a second career.
By Robert J. Grossman
State of the Unions
Groups that help workers gain greater bargaining power will prosper, says Damon Silvers of the AFL-CIO.
Interview by Adam Van Brimmer
Crime That Doesn't Pay
Is your company stealing from its employees? HR can act to prevent wage theft.
By Eric Krell
How Do You Do?
Barnum Financial Group implemented an assessment tool to learn employees' behavioral instincts and strengths.
By Michelle Hite and Amelia Nathanson
Building an HR Infrastructure
Avi Robinson, vice president of HR at Keter Plastic Ltd., built an HR infrastructure at a 66-year-old company.
Interview by Geri Tucker
Using outcome-based vendor pricing, HR can focus on performance over process.
By Eric Krell
Erasing data from smartphones, terminating health plan benefits
By Edward Yost, SPHR-CA, and Amber Clayton, PHR-CA
Could HR Be the Next Target?
How to boost your defenses so HR doesn't become vulnerable to data thieves.
By Drew Robb
Will 30 Be the New 40?
Health care reform may result in more claims of off-the-clock work.
By Maureen Knight, James Coleman and James Napoli
The Power of Appreciation
By Shankar Krishnamoorthy
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Many Workers don't trust their employers; how to minimize the negative mental health effects of layoffs.
By Dori Meinert
Telecommuting as an ADA accommodation; prohbition on discussing wages; post-firing harassment complaint insufficient.
Compliance; diversity and inclusion; talent management; more.
From the CEO
The Competency Factor
By Henry G. Jackson
Finding Tomorrow's Leaders
Don't neglect employee training and development at the lower levels of your organization.
By Jennifer Schramm
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