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represent the next frontier
in workplace diversity.
By Susan Milligan
Take It or Leave It: Should
Salary Discussions Be a One-Way Street?
Banning salary negotiations won’t
necessarily level the playing field.
By Joanne Sammer
The Aging Workplace
A Lot to Lose
How to recognize and address
declines in cognitive function at
By Carole Fleck
An Analytical Approach to
‘Big data’ is having a big impact on
employers’ benefits strategies.
By Steve Bates
The Case for Face Time
Nothing beats in-person
communication with employees.
By Lee Michael Katz
The senior VP of HR at MGM
Resorts International makes her
mark in her hometown.
By Geri Tucker
Bereavement leave; late workers;
By Shari Lau, SHRM-SCP
Should Congress Repeal the
ACA ‘Cadillac Tax’?
Two health policy experts debate the
By Tevi Troy and Harold Pollack
Mobilizing Your Workforce
For today’s workforce, mobile tools
are no longer optional.
By Glen Chambers
Why Litigate When You Can
Mediation is too often overlooked
when resolving workplace disputes.
By Paul Holtzman
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How HR leaders can help ensure a
successful CEO transition.
By Dori Meinert
Isolated incident can support
harassment claim; overtime
exemption for drivers.
From the CEO
Are Benefits the New Wages?
By Henry G. Jackson
The Temp Trend Is Permanent
How temporary staffing firms
can help you reach your talent
Interview by Roy Maurer
Optimists, with a Plan
HR pros are preparing to enter a
steadily improving job market.
By Jen Schramm
Nancy Kasmar, SHRM-SCP,
Connections, Snoqualmie, Wash.
Building a Culture of Accountability
Getting people to take ownership of their jobs starts with managers who own theirs.
By Randy Pennington
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