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HCM War in Silicon Valley!
What are the three biggest players in HR technology up to these days? Surprise, surprise: They're trying to outdo one another.
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Mismanaging Workplace Conflicts
Handling workplace tensions should be a priority for frontline managers, but many employees believe their bosses are not up to the job, according to a survey of 2,700 employees released this month by Healthy Companies Intl. in Arlington, Va. Nearly half -- 41 percent -- of employees responding to the survey think the person to whom they report does not deal well with workplace conflicts.
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Managing Through Transition
For Janice Bultema, accepting the top HR post at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics meant tackling the biggest challenge of her career.

This article accompanies Leading the Talent of Tomorrow and The 2012 HR Honor Roll.
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Building a Wall of Metrics
Steven Ginsburgh, head of HR at Universal Weather and Aviation, measures and harnesses internal talent to unlock his workforce's potential.
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'Eye to the Future'
Thanks to a series of innovative new programs and initiatives being spearheaded by Russ Jackson and his team, HR is clearly making its presence felt at Safeway.
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About the Competition
This article accompanies Leading the Talent of Tomorrow.
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OK to Fail...and Innovate
HR leaders have a key role to play in changing management perspectives when it comes to building a culture of innovation. One way to start is to de-stigmatize failure and start rewarding innovative behaviors instead of outcomes.
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Company Secrecy Can Damage Long-Term Success
Involving managers and leaders in the communication process and creating an internal-communications department are both vital to increasing transparency at organizations, experts say.
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Bullies (Still) in the Workplace
New research finds bullies are still lurking in many American organizations, and experts warn that the companies that are ineffective at addressing bullying may be subject to decreased worker productivity and the loss of valued employees who decide to leave because they do not feel safe.
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What CEOs Expect from CHROs
Learn what CEOs expect from their chief human resource officers in this checklist from Bloomberg Businessweek.
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Can You Really Have It All?
When it comes to employee retention, a new survey finds work/life balance is more important to workers than pay, and experts say HR leaders need to recognize that workers need more than just a flex-time option to achieve that balance.
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The Criminal-Background Catch-22
Though employers have had a few months now to become familiar with the U.S. Equal Employment Occupation Commission's guidance on the use of criminal background checks, questions and confusion about how best to respond have only grown.
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What's Keeping You Awake?
Employee engagement, top-talent retention and leadership development continue to lead the list of concerns keeping HR executives up at night.
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CHRO Succession at the Crossroads
What confidence can stakeholders have in the succession plan of the enterprise when more than half of the nation's CHROs fail to put sufficient energy into identifying and grooming their own replacements?
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A New Direction in Skills Training?
An online retailer paying for its employees to study aircraft mechanics, nursing or another field they might like to pursue sounds like quite a stretch of the imagination. But, Amazon.com plans to do just that, and its move could lead to a new direction in developing employees' skills.
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Coming to Terms
Gartner's Thomas Otter will explain to those attending this year's HR Technology® Conference why they shouldn't "go it alone" in negotiating a SaaS HCM contract, whatever its scope.
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Talent Management Column

Over the past few decades, organizations have moved toward much greater individual accountability and away from less functional, committee-based approaches when it comes to managing projects. While these new models certainly have their advantages, they also can easily be undermined.
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