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50 Years of Progress
Fifty years after becoming law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act has changed the face of the American workplace.
Unleash the Power of
A rubber chicken can be a better reward than a gold watch, says the CEO of Yum! Brands.
Interview by HR Magazine staff
Removing Barriers to
Hiring the Long-Term
Make sure your policies don’t lead you to overlook skilled talent.
By Bill Leonard
Safety & Security
As more states legalize marijuana, employers are re-affirming their drug-testing policies.
By Tamara Lytle
Recent federal guidance and “ban-the-box” laws add a new wrinkle to hiring decisions involving people with
By Rita Zeidner
Ethics & Social Responsibility
Consider whistle-blowers an early-warning system.
By Dori Meinert
HR gets strategic with voluntary benefits.
By Joanne Sammer
Steve Ostrom, HR business partner at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, talks about how his company fosters learning and
Interview by Kathy Gurchiek
Expert advice on how to set up an effective educational assistance benefit.
By Tom Cherry
A Rep to Protect
HR can play a lead role in managing an organization’s reputation on social media.
By Dave Zielinski
Group interviews, correcting underpayments
By Patricia Graves, SPHR-CA, GPHR, and Edward Yost, SPHR-CA
Negotiating a technology contract has never been trickier.
By Bill Roberts
Stamping Out Harassment
Harassment remains one of the most frequently filed charges with the EEOC, so take steps to prevent it.
By Jonathan A. Segal
Higher 2015 limits for HSAs; the decline of retiree health benefits; workflex on the rise; more.
Women don't respond to male-sounding job ads; companies seek senior executives who can motivate others.
By Dori Meinert
Minor annoyances not sufficient for constructive discharge; decline FMLA protection can't be invoked later; more.
Employee engagement; health and safety; retirement; more.
From the CEO
Marking 50 Years Since the Civil Rights Act
By Henry G. Jackson
Don't Mind the Gap
Employment gaps in applicants' resumes aren't a good reason to disqualify them.
By Jennifer Schramm
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