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ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
MANAGING YOUR CAREER
The Right Words
The power of keywords goes
far beyond resumes in driving
your career forward.
By Wendy Enelow
Does Remote Work
Two experts debate the issue.
By Diane Gherson and Kirsty Russell
Get Intelligent on AI
Artifcial intelligence can boost
HR analytics, but buyer beware.
By Dave Zielinski
Sticking to Their Guns
How can HR balance the rights of gun
owners with safety in the workplace?
By Lisa Nagele-Piazza, J.D., SHRM-SCP
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Sexual orientation discrimination;
dispelling PTSD myths; ask a SHRM
HR Knowledge Advisor; more.
Collaboration or Distraction?
How leaders can promote
By Dori Meinert
FROM THE CEO
Infuence Wherever You Are
By Henry G. Jackson
Cultivating a culture of happiness;
leading diversity efforts; more.
Focus on ‘big data’ to help people
thrive, says author Jenny Dearborn.
Interview by David Ward
Questioning the Power of Money
Should organizations pay
By Shonna Waters
Aaron Abell, director of
corporate HR and talent,
Genesis Alkali, Philadelphia
SHRM’s A-Team meets
with lawmakers; learn from
HR storytellers; more.