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7 Reasons to Love
The much-maligned ATS may now be more help than headache.
By Dave Zielinski
How HR is integrating process management techniques such as Six Sigma and Lean into its workflow.
By Mark Feffer
Ready, Willing and Disabled
The ADA at 25: What challenges remain?
By Mike Ramsey
Five Companies That Get Workflex Right
Meet the leaders who have made work work for their organizations.
By Kathy Gurchiek
HR Is His Calling
Paul Falcone wanted to be a priest until he found his true vocation in HR.
By Tamara Lytle
Halloween horrors; negative survey results; succession planning metrics
By Shari Lau, SHRM-SCP
Creating a Portal for Global Communication
The right technology can engage employees worldwide.
By Chris Keys
How Gender Bias Hurts Men
Men can be victims of gender discrimination, too.
By Jonathan A. Segal
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To become a leader, start acting like one.
By Dori Meinert
New test for determining interns’ status; rude acts don’t amount to hostile environment, despite HR’s failure to investigate.
From the CEO
The Future Is Here
By Henry G. Jackson
A former hostage negotiator shares his secrets.
Interview by Kathryn Tyler
It’s Time to Embolden—Not
Don’t let the haters get in your way.
By Josh Bersin
On the Same Page
HR professionals and the C-suite agree on more than you may think.
By Jen Schramm
Rawleigh Richardson Sr., SHRM-CP, Richardson HR Consulting
HR Magazine Book Blog
Closing the Leadership Readiness Gap
Managers represent a large pool of leadership potential, but they must be prepared to make a huge transition.
By Lainie Heneghan
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