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Jen Colletta is managing editor at HRE. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees in writing from La Salle University in Philadelphia and spent 10 years as a newspaper reporter and editor before joining HRE. She can be reached at [email protected]
The 2018 class of the NAHR explores how changing conceptions of work will impact HR’s future.
A new study suggests those extensive engagement efforts may be lost on some workers.
More than half of women surveyed reported no change in workplace gender equality this year.
Huddles aren’t just for the football field.
Bullying and violence can have long-term effects on workers’ heart health.
Simple “check-ins” may be key.
The newspaper’s head of HR reflects on the culture shift that has helped the organization enjoy success.
Organizations are turning to mood tracking to understand employee engagement.
Learn how your organization can be more veteran-friendly.
What are companies doing as efforts to instate a mandated federal parental-leave policy remain stalled?
Talking about politics at work isn’t new—but the intensity of the discourse is, experts say.
To succeed today, organizations may need to consider a different type of “agility.”
HR can inspire workplace creativity with a few key steps.
Nearly three-quarters of employees report being tired at work.
Election Day is fast approaching, but some employers aren’t making it easy for workers to vote.
This holiday-hiring season, culture may be king.
Are your internal policies and procedures truly inclusive?
Dads are increasingly choosing to stay home to raise kids.
Generation Z employees say embracing failure at work is key to success.
The company is reportedly paying workers to post about its workplace conditions on social media.