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Expanding on Retaliation
Experts say the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's new guidance on retaliation presents an opportunity for HR professionals to explore ways to prevent such claims and protect their organization from them.
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Setting Their Sights on Retirement
If you think millennials aren’t concerned about retirement, think again. On Tuesday, Willis Towers Watson released a survey that found six in 10 millennials are willing to sacrifice pay for more secure retirement benefits.
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Inside HR Tech

Here are three of the most important lessons learned about the HR-technology landscape uncovered by programming the world's largest conference in the space.
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HR Leadership

The presidential race has brought a focus on the medical histories of the candidates to the national forefront. But what's the responsibility of a CHRO when questions arise about a CEO's health?
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Benefits

Here's what people in your organization need to know to make the right employee-benefits choices.
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HR Technology

Despite losing its brilliant head of products, Dmitri Krakovsky, to Google about 10 months ago, SAP SuccessFactors continues to build out Dmitri's road map of new products without him and come up with new surprises covering the entire employee lifecycle.
Read This Book! Aug 15, 2016
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Talent Management

How Massachusetts' efforts to shrink the pay gap between women and men will actually make matters worse.
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Legal Clinic

Question: Our business leaders want to require all new employees who begin working with us to sign a noncompete agreement stating that they will not work with the competition for one year after leaving the job. They want to do this because we have been losing a lot of good workers to our competition recently. Is this something that is legally feasible?
How Much to Disclose? May 13, 2016
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5 Conversations Every Manager Needs to Have
As companies shift toward a mindset of more frequent dialogue with -- and feedback from -- employees, here are five conversation models for managing ongoing performance development.
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How Humans and Machines Work Together
HR is essentially the business of managing people. But in the age of technology, how do people and machines work together? Here are some tips to finding the right balance.
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