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Bringing Bias into the Light
The first place to look for prejudice is within yourself.
By Dana Wilkie
Be a Super Sleuth
How to avoid the costly pitfalls of a sloppy workplace investigation.
By Dori Meinert
Slow Going Ahead
HR professionals see lower growth in compensation in 2014.
By Joseph Coombs
An HR Linker and Thinker
Pamela Harding, CHRO at Next Dimension Media, runs LinkedIn’s largest group of HR professionals.
By Aliah D. Wright
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Better Safe than Sorry
Avoid accidents and injuries with safety training for temporary workers.
By Kathryn Tyler
Time off for working holidays; resigning while on FMLA leave
By Amber Clayton, SPHR-CA, and Edward Yost, SPHR-CA
7 Tips for Successful HR System Evaluations in 2015
An HR information systems professional shares his advice on conducting effective evaluations.
By John A. Hinojos
Handle with Care
Strike the right balance when responding to EEOC requests.
By Cheryl M. Stanton and Jessica D. Tsuda
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Why an SEC whistle-blower award may spell trouble for employers; trends that will transform the way people work.
By Dori Meinert
Prescription drug testing may not violate ADA; changed job duties may indicate discrimination; more.
From the CEO
The HR Event Every CEO Should Attend
By Henry G. Jackson
Journalist Brigid Schulte on why we feel so stressed and what HR can do about it.
Interview by Joan Mooney
Maybe HR’s Focus Should Be Less Human
Addressing the challenge that automation poses to corporate HR.
By Edward D. Hess
Preparing for an Aging Workforce
HR may not be fully aware of the effects of the exit of older workers.
By Jennifer Schramm
Vikki Ingram, PHR, HR director, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Va.
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