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ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
MANAGING YOUR CAREER
How to work for yourself
while working for others.
By Dorie Clark
The Skills Gap Is a Myth
Hiring isn’t supposed to be easy.
By Peter Cappelli
Connecting Curricula with Careers
Employers and states team up
to boost local economies.
By Roy Maurer
A slipshod position statement can
result in years of litigation.
By Ron Chapman Jr. and Vicki Tall
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Nondisclosure agreements; minimum
wage set to rise in Florida; ask a
SHRM HR Knowledge Advisor; more.
Lead from Where You Are
Those with infuence aren’t always
found at the top of the org chart.
By Christina Folz
FROM THE CEO
Together and Forward
More and more, HR is being asked
to step in, step up and stand out.
By Johnny C. Taylor Jr.
Does remote work hinder innovation?;
staffng agency snags; more.
Meet SHRM’s New CEO
Johnny C. Taylor Jr. discusses his
priorities for the association.
Interview by Kathy Gurchiek
Consider the evidence to make
better HR decisions.
By Shonna Waters
Denis Nicole, SHRM-SCP, HR
consultant, TransNations LLC, Detroit
SHRM-backed workfex bill
introduced; CVS Health receives
Human Resource Impact Award; more.