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ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
MANAGING YOUR CAREER
Seven tips for working with a
much younger manager.
By Daniel Bortz
WHY MORE EMPLOYERS
SHOULD PROVIDE ‘MENTAL
HEALTH FIRST AID’
Educating workers about
mental illness is good for
your company’s health.
By William Stadler
HOW TO BUY THE RIGHT
HR TECH SOLUTIONS
Don’t be dazzled by bright, shiny
objects when choosing your tools.
By Meghan M. Biro
THE LAST PAYCHECK
Most states fall into one of two
categories for the timing of fnal pay.
By Lisa Nagele-Piazza, J.D., SHRM-SCP
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Drug policy updates; unusual
hair color at work; ask a SHRM
HR Knowledge Advisor; more.
A CALCULATED IMPACT
How to measure the
return on investment of
By Dori Meinert
FROM THE CEO
ELEVATING NEXT-GEN HR
HR is one of the most exciting
places to work in an organization.
Let’s make sure everyone knows it.
By Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP
Unrealistic recruiting expectations;
untangling the Family and
Medical Leave Act; weighing
degree requirements; more.
SARAH KESSLER: GET A GIG
The gig economy is dramatically
changing the defnition of a job.
Interview by Kathryn Tyler
WHAT’S OLD IS NEW AGAIN
Learning programs are
being updated to better
match employer needs.
By Alexander Alonso, SHRM-SCP
MELISSA DEVORE, SHRM-SCP
Vice president for human resources,
HudsonAlpha Institute for
Biotechnology, Huntsville, Ala.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg to
speak at the Annual Conference;
Sarah Bauder named chief
transformation ofcer; more.