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ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
MANAGING YOUR CAREER
Introverts Tell All
You don’t have to be outgoing
to excel in HR.
By Susan RoAne
Businesses Should Embrace
Paid Caregiver Leave
Is your company ready for the ‘silver
tsunami’ of the aging workforce?
By Scott Frisch
Employee Learning Enters
the Digital Age
It’s time to give employees access to
content when and where they want it.
By Josh Bersin
The Right-to-Work Resurgence
As right-to-work laws spread,
HR professionals need to
become familiar with them.
By Lisa Nagele-Piazza, J.D., SHRM-SCP
NEWS YOU CAN USE
The Class of 2017 reports
to work; ask a SHRM HR
Knowledge Advisor; more.
How to prevent ethical lapses.
By Dori Meinert
FROM THE CEO
Don’t Just Adapt to Change—Lead It
By Henry G. Jackson
Reactions to ‘Stemming the Rising
Rx Tide’; avoiding mistakes
managers make; more.
Closing the Bravery Gap
Girls Who Code founder Reshma
Saujani encourages girls to be daring.
Interview by Joan Mooney
Why we should expect more from
leadership development programs.
By Shonna Waters
Liz Stevenson, SHRM-SCP,
director, HR business partner,
Confie, Huntington Beach, Calif.
New CEO joins SHRM in November;
SHRM Foundation names new
executive director; more.