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What you need to know about accommodating pregnant employees.
By Adrienne Fox
Delivering HR at a Media Giant
Horacio Quiros steers Grupo Clarin’s HR operations in a climate of uncertainty.
Interview by Robert J. Grossman
The Mobilization of HR Tech
Mobile functionality is being used increasingly for HR.
By Dave Zielinski
Training Managers to Lead Innovation
To develop and sell better products, cultivate better managers.
By Robert Paxton, SPHR
The proper response to traumatic news can promote healing.
Interview by Kathryn Tyler
Pay Attention to Hypertension
Employers focus on helping employees reduce high blood pressure.
By Susan J. Wells
Employee loan programs; intermittent FMLA
By Lesa Albright, SPHR-CA, GPHR, and Deb Levine, SPHR
Beware of Workers’ Comp Premium Fraud
Be careful how you classify workers’ jobs for your insurer.
By Kevin M. Cruz
Getting Employee Engagement from the Get-Go
Successful employee engagement starts with the first interview.
By Mark Lukens
HSA enrollments grow, while use of HRAs shrinks; health benefit costs could jump in 2014; NLRB drops defense of controversial posters; more.
Massive open online courses get poor marks; gender wage gap shrinks for young women.
Sexual harassment punitive damages award reduced; black police sergeant denied transfer from midnight shift may pursue claim; more.
Compliance; health and safety; international HR; more.
FROM THE CEO
A Fresh Look at the Unemployed
By Henry G. Jackson
HR Professionals Plan to Stay in Current Jobs
HR professionals are less likely than other employees to job-jump in 2014.
By Jennifer Schramm
HR MAGAZINE BOOK BLOG
Summaries of Beyond the Job Description; Manager’s Guide to Mobile Learning; Managers as Mentors and The Office Politics Handbook.
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