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on trust and
Employee & Organizational Development
Help Wanted: HR Analysts
Meet top HR analysts and learn how
to find your own.
By Tamara Lytle
Top 10 Employee Handbook
Updates for 2016
If you haven’t made revisions in
the last year, your provisions on
leave, overtime and same-sex couple
benefits are likely out-of-date.
By Steve Bates
Tapping Talent Around the
Know the territory to find the best
By Stephenie Overman
De-Risking Your Pension Plan
Pension de-risking strategies let
companies eliminate their pension
By Joanne Sammer
A Vintage Career
Teri Cirillo, VP of HR at Treasury
Wine Estates, focuses on growing a
By Kathy Gurchiek
Workplace romance; reprimands
before dismissal; job postings.
By Shari Lau, SHRM-SCP
Do Merit Increases Promote
Two experts debate the issue.
By Sharlyn Lauby, SHRM-SCP, and
Matthew J. Stollak
For HR, Video Is a Star
Video and digital tools are changing
the picture of talent management.
By Drew Robb
BYOD Policies: Striking the
Companies should fine-tune their
By Paul G. Lannon and Phillip M.
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The Changing Face of Work
Will we be replaced by robots?
By Aliah D. Wright
No overtime to firefighters for
picking up gear; more.
From the CEO
2016: A Year for Advocacy
By Henry G. Jackson
Sherry Turkle considers the hidden
costs of digital communication.
Interview by Kathryn Tyler
Employers’ marijuana policies may
need an update.
By Jen Schramm
Michele Burns, SHRM-SCP, director
of classification and compensation,
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Challenge to Managers: Lead with Positivity
Look at the cup of coffee as half full.
By Michael Woodward
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