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Joining the 'Best' Crowd
A global certification organization has joined the field of "best workplaces" offerings, and is looking for companies that have the best HR policies and procedures for developing employees in the United States and around the world.
Engagement Still Top HR Concern
Latest poll of HR leaders' top worries shows keeping employees on board, and keeping them happy and productive, remains at the top of the list, though approaches for doing that are -- surprisingly -- declining in their abilities to deliver results.
Exploring HR Certifications
A year after the big split between SHRM and the HRCI, we take a look at the growing landscape of HR-certification options.
The Future of HR Is No HR
The more HR can free its time for strategic tasks, the more it will transform HR's role, with little resemblance to what it looks like today.
Compliance Officers Need More Clout
A recent survey finds more companies are hiring compliance and ethics officers; however, scandal and fraud continue, and a lack of effective training and empowerment are likely chief factors.
The Art of the Deal
Mergers and acquisitions are at an all-time high, along with recognition of the importance of addressing the related people issues surrounding such deals.
A Look Ahead
Experts say upcoming decisions from the Supreme Court and the National Labor Relations Board are just a few of the issues HR leaders need to be focused on in the coming 12 months.
Top Stories of 2015
From new rules to the not-so-new question of how to keep your talent from walking out the door, HR leaders had a full plate of issues to deal with this past year. Below is a compilation of our 10 most-viewed news analyses from 2015.
Four Tips to Raise Your Leadership Bar
A new study finds more than half of executives worldwide agree that problems with talent and skills are affecting business performance. In other words, a company's level of revenue growth is affected by how well -- or poorly -- they are developing their leaders.
The Power of Treating Employees Like Family
The parallels between running a successful company and raising a happy family are more plentiful than one may expect at first glance.
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HR Leadership Column

New research suggests the female-dominant HR profession takes a hit when it promotes diversity within organizations. But If HR doesn't advocate for greater diversity, how likely is it more women will be able to move into leadership roles?