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Making Pay Public
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many forms—from publicizing
pay ranges to posting
employees’ salaries. Does it
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By Susan J. Wells
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By Eric Krell
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The role of the executive coach is evolving.
By Kathryn Tyler
Making Rewards Count
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By Joanne Sammer
Using employee photos; terminating new hires.
By Amber Clayton, SPHR-CA, and Liz Petersen, SPHR-CA, GPHR
Three companies talk about using social media tools to connect with job seekers.
By Drew Robb
The Law and Social Media in Hiring
Although social media’s use in hiring is relatively new, the legal issues it raises are not.
By Jonathan A. Segal
For ongoing coverage of news relevant to HR, visit the Online News section of the SHRM website.
Many business leaders aren’t working at their best energy level; building a culture of ethics is a top goal for compliance and HR professionals.
By Dori Meinert
Six-month disability leave limit reasonable; termination claim reinstated due to conflicting performance reviews; changing retirement plan funding source not a fiduciary act..
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From the CEO
A Labor Day Challenge to HR
By Henry G. Jackson
Nearly all management problems boil down to about two dozen common situations, according to business expert Bruce Tulgan.
Interview by Donna M. Owens
Should the Federal Minimum Wage Be Increased?
Experts from the Economic Policy Institute and The Heritage Foundation debate the issue.
By David Cooper and James Sherk
Filling the Void
Congress streamlines worker-training programs as companies decrease training budgets.
By Jennifer Schramm
Jeff Luttrell, SPHR, recruiting manager, Xerox Business Services LLC, Raleigh, N.C.
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