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Mark McGraw is a freelance writer who has covered human resources for nearly a decade. He lives in the Philadelphia suburbs and earned a bachelor's degree in professional writing from Kutztown University.
A new survey finds employers are coping with various regulatory and societal changes.
New legislation could leave employers liable for sexual harassment directed toward anyone providing a service in the workplace.
Experts say a new ruling highlights the need for HR to look more closely at other variables when making salary decisions.
Twice as many workers say they experienced retaliation for reporting misconduct compared to five years ago.
Virtual coaching can offer the same benefits as the in-person counterpart, but creating virtual programs has its own challenges.
Lisa Buckingham, our 2017 HR Executive of the Year, is leading Lincoln Financial Group into the digital era.
In-person immigration interviews will ramp up for certain immigration-benefit applicants as part of president Trump’s travel ban.
Scott Conklin has led an effort to overhaul Paycor’s performance-management process to better reflect the professional-growth needs of its employees.
Barry Melnkovic of Amtrak, this year’s HR Executive of the Year, took a virtually broken HR function and got it firing on all cylinders again.
Megan Leasher combines psychology with cold, hard data to shape up and standardize talent and assessment processes at Macy’s Inc.
Tracy Keogh, HRE’s HR Executive of the Year for 2015, has helped reimagine the HR function at Hewlett-Packard.
Cheryl Harris is helping to reinvent and revitalize the flight-attendant hiring process at American Airlines.