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Early detection of employees’ mental illness can save health care costs and generate loyalty.
By Dori Meinert
Disability by the Numbers
Compiled by Desda Moss
The Collaborative Edge
In the 21st century, getting ahead means working together.
By Susan Ladika
Come On, Get Happy
Happiness at work is about more than job satisfaction.
By Nancy Hatch Woodward
The Prudent Thing to Do
What a recent Supreme Court decision means to fiduciaries of employee stock ownership plans.
By Eric Krell
Hiring independent contractors
outside the U.S.; compensation
By Shari Lau, SPHR-CA, GPHR, and
Lesa Albright, SPHR, GPHR
Finess trackers are in fashion within corporate wellness programs.
By Dave Zielinski
Make sure your employees’
performance paper trails are in order.
By Jonathan A. Segal
For ongoing coverage of news relevant to HR, visit the Online News section of the SHRM website.
Is automation a job killer?;
women still lag men in holding top
By Dori Meinert
Jail policy on opposite-sex guards
could be discriminatory; employer
can choose when workweek begins;
disclosure of return date from FMLA
leave not always required.
compensation and benefits;
From the CEO
The Evolution of HR Continues
By Henry G. Jackson
Workplace Bullying: A Silent
An HR professional’s perspective on
a pervasive problem.
By Kasi McLaughlin, PHR
Pressure is mounting to rein in
executive pay, says Charles Elson, a
top corporate governance expert.
Interview by David Ward
The Internet of Things
New devices bring new data
By Jennifer Schramm
Tara C. Brown, PHR, HR manager,
Virginia Community College System,
HR Magazine Book Blog
Five Rules for Building Trusted Relationships
By Leslie Grossman
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