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Ten thought leaders map out everything you need to know in 2016.
By Jennifer Benz, John Boudreau, Marcus Buckingham, Peter Cappelli, Paul DeCamp, Ellen Galinsky, Jeanne G. Harris, Tracy Layney, Chris MacDonald and Danielle Monaghan
5 Jobs of the Future
What will HR look like in 2025?
Employee & Organizational Development
Your Brain at Work
Is brain imaging the future of behavior assessment?
By Dario Nardi
Making CEOs Most Likely to Succeed
HR plays a key role in laying the groundwork for a smooth CEO succession.
By Steve Bates
Handbook signature refusals; holiday blues; volunteer programs.
By Shari Lau, SHRM-SCP
How to Fail at HR Analytics in 7 Easy Steps
Lessons from a self-proclaimed ‘loser’ in developing talent metrics.
By Mark Berry
New-Hire Portals: Doorways to Employee Success
Online onboarding solutions help new employees get off to a strong start.
By Drew Robb
What every business needs to know.
By Jill Cohen
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How to change a culture of fear.
By Dori Meinert
The First 90 Days: Help New Employees Start Out on the Right Foot
Compiled by Desda Moss
Courts may not consider the sufficiency of an EEOC investigation; more.
From the CEO
The Power of Our Profession
By Henry G. Jackson
It’s All Skill
Anthony P. Carnevale talks about schools, skills and jobs in the recovering economy.
Interview by Donna M. Owens
Are You on #SocialMedia?
HR expects job candidates to have an online presence.
By Jen Schramm
Timothy A. Kelly, SHRM-SCP,
HR director, Flowers Baking
Company of New Orleans LLC
Tips for Retaining Experts and Specialists
Four ways to keep your expert talent from walking out the door.
By Tim Vigue and Marji Marcus
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