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About half of all corporate marriages end in divorce—but with HR’s help, you can work it out.
By Susan Milligan
5 Types of Bad Bosses
What HR can do to improve the performance of the most common types of problem managers.
By Dori Meinert
Performance Management Gets Social
Adding social media to the review process creates a dialogue on performance that can be updated daily rather than annually.
By Edie L. Goldberg, Ph.D.
Ambrosia Humphrey, vice president of talent at Hootsuite, applies lessons in collaboration and transparency to HR.
By Tamara Lytle
Health Care Reform: Get Ready to Report
Tick, tock. The ACA clock is winding down.
By Joanne Sammer
Managing new employees’ attendance; intermittent FMLA leave and work reductions.
By Edward Yost, SPHR-CA
Systems of Engagement
HR technology that enhances the user experience meets employee demands across the enterprise.
By Dave Zielinski
A Disturbing Picture
How to control the professional damage caused by revenge porn.
By Michael Arnold
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By Dori Meinert
Retaliation occurred after FMLA leave; harassment stemmed from rejected advances; hostile environment caused by nonemployee.
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By Henry G. Jackson
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Employee demands for higher pay may be imminent.
By Jennifer Schramm
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