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ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
MANAGING YOUR CAREER
Cultivating cultural competency
can propel your career.
By Jennifer Arnold
HAVE WE GONE TOO
FAR IN PROMOTING
All teamwork—and no individual
play—can make for dull employees.
By Jennifer Kahnweiler
IS HR READY FOR
The tamper-proof technology
could improve recruiting
and payroll distribution.
By Dave Zielinski
UPGRADE YOUR ANTI-
Now is not the time for
By Jonathan A. Segal
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Tips for fnding HR talent; stamping
out sexual harassment; ask a SHRM
HR Knowledge Advisor; more.
ARE YOU AN EMOTIONAL
Don’t worry. You can get better.
By Dori Meinert
FROM THE CEO
LEADING WITH ADVOCACY
HR understands better than anyone
how laws impact the real world
of work today and tomorrow.
By Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP
#Me Too: Where was HR?; leading
from where you are; more.
DAN PINK: PERFECT TIMING
Tap into the science of ‘when.’
Interview by Kathryn Tyler
HR AS CIVIC ENGINEER
In large companies like Amazon,
HR has the power to transform
By Alexander Alonso, SHRM-SCP
JENNIFER GUNTER, SHRM-CP
Manager, total rewards, National
Council on Compensation
Insurance, Boca Raton, Fla.
SHRM CEO speaks to
California lawmakers about
sexual harassment; 2018 Talent
Conference & Exposition preview.