ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
MANAGING YOUR CAREER
Mastering the HR Resume
7 ways to showcase your talents and
accomplishments. By Wendy
Enelow and Louise Kursmark
Do ‘Ban-the-Box’ Laws Help Expand
Employers’ Candidate Pools?
Two experts debate the issue.
By Michelle Natividad Rodriguez
and Peter Leasure
Avoiding ATS Upgrade
Follow these 4 steps to ensure that your
ATS implementation is a success.
By Roy Maurer
13 ‘Nondefenses’ to Workplace
These arguments shouldn’t fly at
your company—and won’t win in a
By Jonathan A. Segal
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Managing benefits in uncertain
times; the best and worst jobs
in 2017; ask a SHRM HR
Knowledge Advisor; more.
United We Stand
How to retain talent during mergers
By Dori Meinert
FROM THE CEO
The Unending ‘War for Talent’
By Henry G. Jackson
Reactions to ‘The Age of Rage’;
participating in cross-training; more.
A Winning Team
The best team players are
humble, hungry and smart.
Interview by Kathryn Tyler
Adapt or Die
Your business will suffer if
your employees aren’t flexible.
By Shonna Waters
Martha Argotte Thomas,
HR director, United Southern
Bank, Hopkinsville, Ky.
SHRM India Tech ’ 17; students
soar in HR competition; welcome
to New Orleans!; more.
CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION
On the cover: The workforce
development team at Ochsner
Health System in New Orleans.
Front row, from left: Kristyn Knowles
Dadlez, Erin Kuster, Missy Sparks,
Javier Pineda and Nadiyah Morris.
Back row, from left: Amanda
Pharo and Jason Russell.
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