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Here’s what the health care reform
law’s affordability requirements look
like in practice.
By Joanne Sammer
Review your (stock) options to drive employee performance.
By David Tobenkin
ORGANIZATIONAL & EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT
Cool and Competent
The key to better hiring may be to
focus more on competencies than
By Lee Michael Katz
Profiles in HR: Dan Henkle, Senior VP of HR at Gap Inc.
Gap Inc.’s Dan Henkle seeks to advance opportunities for the global retailer’s employees and the communities where they work.
By Adrienne Fox
Handling employee files after
termination; payroll frequency
By Yvette Lee, SHRM-SCP, and Lesa
Absence Makes HR’s Job
How to minimize employee absences
with the latest time and attendance
By Drew Robb
Progress for Multiemployer
The Multiemployer Pension Reform
Act of 2014 is the most significant
legislation for multiemployer pension
plans in more than three decades.
By Andrew Douglass and Bradley
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CHROs are critical allies to CEOs—
and potential successors.
By Dori Meinert
Job restructuring must be an
accommodation option; employee
remark insufficient to trigger FMLA
From the CEO
Three Signs of Economic
By Henry G. Jackson
It’s Time to Rethink the
A key aspect of the health care
reform law needs its own reforming.
By Timothy Jost
A World of Difference
Professor Erin Meyer talks about
navigating the cultural differences of
a global workforce.
Interview by Roy Maurer
Strong jobs numbers mean HR
professionals are feeling confident
about their own job prospects.
By Jen Schramm
Joann Waki Muna, SHRM-SCP, HR
administrator, Guam Community
College, Mangilao, Guam
Three Steps to Turn Up Your Listening Skills
Becoming a focused and empathetic listener takes time and effort. Here’s how to get started.
By Edward D. Hess
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