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Creating an Ethical Culture
HR professionals can play a key role in fostering a workplace where it’s easy to do the right thing.
By Dori Meinert
Think Like a Warrior
Former Navy SEAL Mark Divine talks about how to develop mental toughness and a winning attitude at work.
Interview by Kathy Gurchiek
Keep Your Top Talent: The Return of Retention
As retention returns to the top of HR’s to-do list, invest in the three R’s—re-recruiting, re-engaging and re-energizing employees.
By Adrienne Fox
Changing Change Management
Make sure change management efforts follow through to individual employees.
By Robin Broadnax, SPHR
Choosing HR for the Long Haul
Angie DeWinter, vice president of human resources at U-Haul International Inc., moved a lot as a child, then settled in at a company where she could stay and grow.
Interview by Tamara Lytle
Agenda: Pre-Employment Screening
Who You Gonna Call?
Pre-screening applicants by telephone requires preparation.
By Kathryn Tyler
Background checks on minors, flexible spending account rules for spouses
By Regan Gross, SPHR-CA, and Victoria Neal, PHR-CA, GPHR
Most Likely to Succeed
How companies are using their own data to identify promising new hires.
By Bill Roberts
All Systems Go!
The EEOC is serious about its focus on systemic discrimination; you should be, too.
By Cheryl M. Stanton and Denise Giraudo
Are You the Leader Who Complains Too Much?
By Terry Joseph Busch
Extended whistle-blower protections; workplace gossip policies; learning from AOL’s 401(k) mistakes; more.
More corporate mergers expected this year; colleges with high numbers of Hispanic students are helping close the Latino employment gap.
Interference with potential gratuity qualifies as adverse action; six-figure attorney fees award not disproportionate to damages; more.
Employee engagement; health and safety; staffing; more.
From the CEO
#SHRM14 Will Transform You
By Henry G. Jackson
What drives job satisfaction? It depends on who you ask.
By Jennifer Schramm
HR Magazine Book Blog
Book summaries of 97 Frequently Asked Questions About Compensation; Applying Advanced Analytics to Management Decisions; Managing Employee Turnover; Being Global.
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