Internal Affairs
Are employers paying a price by not looking first to current employees to fill open positions? The answer depends upon whom you ask.
The Push for Gender Wage Equality
On the heels of Patricia Arquette’s call for wage equality at last Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony, Arjuna Capital issued a press release yesterday referencing Arquette’s remarks and calling attention to eBay’s decision to oppose the wealth-management firm’s gender-pay-transparency proposal. Could proposals like this one be a preview of things to come? I would think many […]
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Talent Management

As the biggest private employer in the United States, Wal-Mart's recent moves to raise employee pay, improve scheduling practices and provide greater internal career opportunities stem, in part, from business necessity and will inevitably have major implications on a national scale.
Betting on Retention Dec 29, 2014

HR Leadership

If you're among those working for one of the many organizations without a formal attendance policy, it's time to do something about it. The cost of not acting is simply too high.
Being a Truth Teller Jan 19, 2015

Inside HR Tech

From the "Internet of Me" to reimagining the workforce, major HR technology trends are transforming the way modern business gets done.
Disrupting HR in 2015 Dec 16, 2014


Three trends that could redefine the future of workplace fare.
A Matter of Dignity Jan 14, 2015
Learning from Ebola Nov 17, 2014

HR Technology

A year ago, SilkRoad co-founders Andrew "Flip" Filipowski and Brian Platz left the company and Chicago for warmer climes to start something new -- again. Their latest company together was called Talent Place at the end of January. Whatever it's called now, their mission is to make it the next step after SaaS.

Legal Clinic

Question: I suspect that one of my employees is taking drugs, but we don't have a drug-testing policy at our company. Can I have him drug tested?
Marijuana at Work Jan 5, 2015
Four Keys to High-Performance Succession Management
Most organizations have not identified and purposefully developed an internal bench of talent that will enable sustained high-market performance in the future, but the good news is that this situation is reversible.
The Future of Work
Here is a four-point checklist executives across the company can use to develop winning workforce strategies in an era in which the only constant is change.
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