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More Focus on Ethics, Less on Checklists
When it comes to business ethics, experts say HR leaders need to do a better job managing both employee behavior and their company's corporate culture, rather than simply relying on a check-the-box approach to the issue.
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Co-Workers: Friend or Foe
New research from Washington University in St. Louis reveals workers, more often than not, have difficulty figuring out who may be edging them out of a job.
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Talent Management

There's a big difference between a dollar spent on a robot and one spent on a worker. And this difference helps explain investors' and employers' general reluctance to invest in employees.
Stuck in Reality Dec 21, 2016
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HR Leadership

As the New England Patriots recently demonstrated in their comeback win in the Super Bowl, the capacity to recover quickly from failure and difficulties is an important trait for all leaders, including CHROs and the people they support.
HR and Fake News Jan 16, 2017
The Trump Effect Nov 21, 2016
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Inside HR Tech

Here's a look at some current trends in HR-systems development and design, and what HR leaders should consider when assessing HR-tech solutions.
Looking Ahead Jan 11, 2017
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Benefits

President Trump's executive orders have inspired many companies to respond in a public way, highlighting an opportunity for employers to tout their benefits programs as differentiators in a crowded market for talent.
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HR Technology

Is your HR department still fretting and fussing for the third year over re-inventing the dreaded annual performance review with its numerical rankings? And has its two-year hysteria eased over low employee engagement, and how to measure it, let alone raise it? Well, all that time The Marcus Buckingham Co. has had some clever solutions and now ADP owns it.
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Legal Clinic

Question: Can you give us a primer on the similarities and differences of employment-law process and practice when it comes to claims before the New York State Human Rights Law and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission? Can you also explain how these processes are different when we are dealing with discrimination cases that are in federal court?
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The Rewards of an Engaged Female Workforce
What can companies do to ensure their senior-level women feel engaged throughout the employee lifecycle and, in turn, are freer to cultivate a work environment that leads to better business results?
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The NLRB's (Slow) Right Turn
Employers now have an expectation that corrections will be made to bring sanity and predictability back to the National Labor Relations Board after eight years under the Obama administration. But change will take time.
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