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Carol Patton is a contributing editor for HRE who also writes HR articles and columns for business and education magazines. She can be reached at [email protected]
Employees with mismatched values can be disruptive, disengaged or unethical.
New survey results suggest employers are exploring ways to make their workspaces more dynamic.
HR professionals can recruit tradespeople by recasting jobs into high-value and profitable careers.
Catherine Burns is committed to demonstrating the power of HR within Baltimore’s city government.
How can organizations optimize rewards programs to increase employee-retention rates?
Companies can measure quality of hire to better match candidates with jobs and reduce turnover.
As a recent pair of court rulings illustrates, tracking the Department of Labor’s position on fiduciary rules feels like watching a tennis match.
New research finds the use of calibration committees can help organizations improve their employee-evaluation process.
HR professionals can use negative reviews posted on online job sites to make positive workplace changes.
From bonuses to upskilling labor, companies are exploring strategies to use savings from the recent tax-reform law for long-term success.
HR leaders at companies that struggle to show job candidates that they’re exciting places to work can align rebranding with recruiting to attract talent.
Ongoing research finds that fiduciary awareness among plan sponsors has deteriorated significantly in recent years.
The 2017 class of the NAHR reflects on the competencies HR leaders will need to impact their organizations.
The war for talent has gone international, forcing U.S. organizations to fight to hold onto their most-skilled workers.
Companies are planning to use their tax savings in a variety of ways, according to a pair of new surveys.
Employers need to promote safety as a core value and not something that competes with production, experts say.
Some legal experts are skeptical that the EEOC’s new public portal will have the impact that the federal agency desires.
Skepticism surrounds CVS’s claims that the $69 billion merger will redefine and reshape the delivery of healthcare in this country.
A handful of large employers are now bringing their teleworkers back in-house. Will others follow?
The Supreme Court’s decisions on two upcoming employment-law cases could end up weakening unions, legal experts say.