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Cushioning the Blow
While offering severance packages to departing employees can provide benefits on both sides of the employment equation, new research uncovers how employers may be missing the mark when separations become necessary.
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Out, Proud and Supported
With new research finding large employers embracing their LGBT workers like never before, experts say HR leaders can play a crucial role in demonstrating support for these employees by promoting employee-resource groups geared toward them.
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Bad Weather, Higher Productivity?
While many employers in the Northeast sector of the United States may scoff at the notion, new research finds there may actually be a positive business effect from inclement weather conditions.
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The Future of Work
Here is a four-point checklist executives across the company can use to develop winning workforce strategies in an era in which the only constant is change.
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Creating a Culture of Leadership Accountability
Learn how HR leaders can develop and maintain internal systems that can detect ineffective leadership before the damage has been done.
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Rise of the 'Supertasker'
A recent report from Cisco predicts that a much different workforce will be dominant by 2020, one that will create more HR challenges for organizations trying to keep up with their younger workers' habits and abilities.
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Educational Requirements Rising
A college degree has become the new high-school diploma, as recent research shows that more companies will seek workers with higher education qualifications. Experts weigh in on the future of educational requirements in the workplace.
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A Kinder, Gentler Ax
There are compassionate ways to lay people off. So why aren't organizations using them?
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Broken Promises
A new study shows that some employees are more productive when faced with organizational change, including "psychological contract breaches."
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Career Prep 101
Pushed by dissatisfied employers as well as parents and students concerned about the value of a degree, many colleges are taking a more proactive approach to preparing their students for the workplace.
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Perks Then and Now
A Silicon Valley writer and historian puts the history of perquisites and today's perk peak into an intriguing perspective.
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In Pursuit of a
Post-College Career
While two recent studies report overall college hiring is significantly up, experts suggest not everyone is benefiting from today's more candidate-friendly environment.
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Highlighting Diversity in the Recruiting Process
A new survey finds an organization's diversity is important to both candidates and employees, but employers need to do a better job of communicating their efforts to create a balanced workforce.
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Attracting Big Talent to Small Cities
Specialized-talent shortages can be especially challenging to overcome when the positions are with companies in small communities that lack the glamor of New York, Chicago or Los Angeles, but experts say it can be done.
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Back to the Future
With all of the talent streaming through the corporate sector and the increased use and sophistication of executive-search firms, why are companies going back to the future and rehiring former CEOs?
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Finding Leaders Early
What makes the companies on Aon Hewitt's 2014 Top Companies for Leaders list exceptional is different than in years past, and these organizations are more focused than ever on identifying and nurturing would-be leaders early on, experts say.
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Fighting the 'Hermit Crab Syndrome'
As a new academic paper makes clear, leaders who fail to convey openness to new ideas will stymie innovation within their organizations.
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The Pressure of Being 'Everyone's Ideal'
A new study suggests that the old adage about loneliness at the top may apply more to women business leaders than their male counterparts.
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The U.K. government's recent arguments for better treatment of workers are about as clear a manifesto for the importance of human resources as a function as one could imagine. Will it have a ripple effect on this side of the pond?
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