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Wellness Programs
New Society for Human Resource Management research finds most employers offering roughly the same amount of benefits as in past years, but also sees some companies stepping back to reassess the utility of certain health- and wellness-related benefits.
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Leadership-Development Woes Continue
It seems there’s still a whole lot wrong with leadership development. The latest survey on the subject — from Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning — finds only 7 percent of organizations believe their leadership-development programs are best-in-class.
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HR Technology

Baby Boomers like me, after decades of following HCM, have been worrying about where the new analyst talent is coming from. Particularly when the "dark side" (aka vendors) often pay those smart people more money. Happily, there are "Three in Their Thirties" going at it in Talent Acquisition with already solid results. And you can get some of their content for free!
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Talent Management

A seven-year examination of performance appraisals at one large organization suggests employers may want to rethink some well-entrenched assumptions.
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HR Leadership

Lessons in civility seem to be in high demand this election season. Are they necessary to keep the peace in the workplace too?
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Inside HR Tech

Many of the more significant disruptive technologies of the past several years are rapidly transforming the workplace and how HR leaders do their jobs.
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Benefits

College students entering the workplace are saddled with between $28,000 and $37,000 of student-loan debt. But as more employers are beginning to realize, the scope of the problem extends well beyond that group.
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Legal Clinic

Question: Can we require our employees to use an employee-assistance program? We have an employee who made a physical threat against her supervisor to a member of HR. We want to make that employee consult with a therapist at an EAP as a condition for that employee being able to return to work, as we are concerned that she may have emotional problems. Are we allowed to require that this or any other employee consult with an EAP as a condition for maintaining his or her job? Are there any laws that we risk breaking if we do this?
How Much to Disclose? May 13, 2016
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5 Performance-Management Trendsetters
Organizations that have found a way to create dialogue that inspires change and progress between managers and their employees deserve to be emulated. Here are five companies that stand out for their progressive performance-management processes.
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Who Drives Change In Your Organization?
Business unit leaders, who often sit unnoticed between the C-suite and team leadership, play the most significant role in implementing change, delivering business benefits and ensuring high levels of sustained business performance, according to Accenture data.
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