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CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER
Jessica Perry | Jessica.Perry@shrm.org
VICE PRESIDENT, EDITORIAL
Tony Lee | Tony.Lee@shrm.org
Desda Moss | Desda.Moss@shrm.org
John Scorza | John.Scorza@shrm.org
Dori Meinert | Dori.Meinert@shrm.org
COPY DESK MANAGER
Erin Binney, Liane DiStefano
Allen Smith, J.D.
Lisa Nagele-Piazza, J.D., SHRM-SCP
Stephen Miller, CEBS
DESIGN & PRODUCTION
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John R. Anderson Jr.
SENIOR DESIGN SPECIALIST
Katerina Cochran, Julia Tylor
VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING
SALES & MARKETING
Tim Canny | Tim.Canny@shrm.org
Roughly half of companies
Poor performance 39%
have demoted employees,
according to HR managers.
Recently promoted employee not
succeeding in new role 38%
Quit the job
Tried to handle the news gracefully
Got upset and lost interest in work
Focused on excelling in new position
Percentages do not equal 100 because multiple answers were allowed.
Source: O;ce Team, a Robert Half company.
HR MAGAZINE IN 2019 Ë
In recent years, we’ve heard from any of you that you’re looking for more in-depth digital content that
you can read anywhere on any type
of device. You’ve also shared that you
prefer an environmentally friendly
approach that reduces paper and
clutter. In response, we’ve reimag-ined HR Magazine to include a savvy
new mix of formats. Beginning in
January 2019, each SHRM member
; A subscription to “Workplace
from HR Magazine,” a new weekly
e-newsletter delivered to your inbox
on Saturday mornings. Each edition
will include a feature article analyz-
ing an important workplace trend,
plus interactive content such as
quizzes, infographics, maps, charts,
videos and audio segments.
; The print HR Magazine, which
will be distributed quarterly
starting in March, with continued
coverage of business, legal and
management topics relevant to HR
professionals and executives, along
with pro;les of top thought leaders
in the ;eld.
; A redesigned web presence that
highlights current and past magazine features and departments.
We’ve devised this content strategy
to deliver on all these fronts. As
always, we welcome your feedback at
Percentages do not equal 100 due to rounding.