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The Ramifications of Stacked Rankings
A new lawsuit claims that Yahoo's performance review system violates California and federal laws. What lessons can other employers and HR leaders learn from this case?
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Feb 9, 2016
Taking Family-Leave Benefits to the Next Level
Employers are beginning to feel the pressure to reconsider their stance on paid family leave, following a number of highly visible announcements. But as those blazing a trail here remind us, HR leaders would be wise to tread carefully.
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Dec 18, 2015
Beyond Words
HR leaders are increasingly responding to online employee critiques and complaints to help build their companies' brands as much as do damage control.
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Dec 7, 2015
Formalizing Flexible-Work Policies
A new survey finds 67 percent of managers offer flexibility to employees at their own discretion, but experts say a formal company flex policy is needed to avoid workplace inequities. Does your organization need a formal flexible-work policy?
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Oct 29, 2015
Telecommuting, by the Numbers
While public sentiment about telecommuting tends to be largely positive, the science based on its ultimate outcomes shows a more complex picture of the policy as a tool that requires the right strategy for each organization.
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Oct 26, 2015
The Value of Work/Life
Family-friendly benefits may be competitive difference-makers. Employers that aren't improving such offerings may be falling behind in the talent-acquisition game.
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Oct 13, 2015
Hiring High-Profile Candidates
There is no single button that an HR department head can push to learn what they need to know when it comes to vetting high-profile candidates. Indeed, resourcefulness, time and expertise are the "magic bullets" for performing a rigorous key-hire review.
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Sep 10, 2015
Parental Leave in the Workplace Jungle
From the employee's perspective, expanded parental leave seems like a beautiful thing. But is it really possible for these programs to ever actually work as planned?
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Sep 8, 2015
Pumping Up Productivity
Though economic indicators are headed in the right direction, many employees are increasingly beleaguered and less productive. Here are four key tactics one report identifies for turning that around.
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Jun 17, 2015
New Leave Laws for New Dads
Beginning in April, Massachusetts employers will be required to provide unpaid paternity leave to male employees. The question now, experts say, is not whether more states will follow suit, but whether employers and HR will eventually be obliged to offer paid leave to new fathers.
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Apr 1, 2015
Scandals Linked to Better Performance
While a new academic study finds the operating performance of companies involved in a scandal is better than their matched counterparts in the following years, experts discuss HR's role in crisis management and prevention.
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Feb 25, 2015
Champions of Telework
A new analysis singles out companies offering the most jobs with remote-work options. While flexible-work programs vary based on employee and organizational needs, experts say top companies for telecommuters tend to share a few common traits.
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Feb 23, 2015
Identity Crisis
Correctly identifying high-potentials is critical for ensuring the future leadership of an organization, but few organizations are getting it right.
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Dec 10, 2014
Coming Home
Increasingly, former employees are being welcomed back with open arms, as long as they possess the requisite skills and attitudes.
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Sep 30, 2014 Sep 4, 2014
Time to 'Split'?
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Sep 4, 2014
Gaining Their Trust
Being seen as a reliable business partner by the CEO may require HR leaders to earn the trust and respect of their C-suite colleagues and board members first.
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Sep 4, 2014
Rethinking vs. Redesigning HR
While breaking up the HR function may not be the best remedy for what ails the profession, reconsidering its priorities -- including its need for practitioners to have better business judgment -- may be.
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Jul 7, 2014
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