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FEBRUARY 2018 • VOLUME 63, NUMBER 1
ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
MANAGING YOUR CAREER
Help managers help their teams.
By Jennifer Currence, SHRM-SCP
IS IT HR’S JOB TO CREATE
AN ETHICAL CULTURE?
Two HR experts debate the issue.
By Howard Winkler and Joanne Lee, SHRM-SCP
MY EMPLOYEE IS
HURT. NOW WHAT?
Prepare to navigate the Bermuda
Triangle of employment law.
By Kathryn Willis
6 HR TECH TRENDS FOR 2018
AI, bots and digital twins will
shape the year in HR.
By Aliah D. Wright
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Employee handbook issues to
watch in 2018; top emerging jobs
for college grads; ask a SHRM
HR Knowledge Advisor; more.
WHY CHANGE EFFORTS FAIL
Are you making these
By Dori Meinert
FROM THE CEO
#METOO: WHERE WAS HR?
Amid the #Me Too discussions, the
same question keeps cropping up.
By Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP
Myths about the skills gap;
requiring older workers to
get medical exams; more.
Olympic gold medalist
Scott Hamilton on fnding
the gold lining in life.
Interview by Novid Parsi
RISE OF THE MACHINES
AI is changing the way HR works.
By Alexander Alonso, SHRM-SCP
Elizabeth Rissler Pratt, SHRM-SCP, HR consultant, Evergreen
Pursuits LLC, Missoula, Mont.
Meet the 2017 Pinnacle Award
winners; 2018 Employment
Law & Legislative Conference