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ADVICE AND ANALYSIS
MANAGING YOUR CAREER
How to be a leader at any career level.
By Martin Yate
Attrition Is Obsolete
It’s time for HR to catch up with
the new realities of employment.
By Daniel Sonsino
The right technology can help
bring dispersed teams together.
By Arlene S. Hirsch
Taming the Unconscious Beast
Implicit-bias training works,
but don’t overdo it and make
managers say ‘mea culpa.’
By Jonathan A. Segal
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Labor relations transition
underway; ask a SHRM HR
Knowledge Advisor; more.
Why Leaders Fail
Learn to course-correct before
your career founders.
By Dori Meinert
FROM THE CEO
Leading on Diversity
By Henry G. Jackson
Introverts speak out; giving employees
access to personnel files; more.
A Bright Outlook
Retiring CEO Henry G. Jackson led
SHRM during record growth.
Interview by Desda Moss
Learn how to handle the unexpected
events that contribute to turnover.
By Shonna Waters
Pat Duncan, SHRM-SCP, senior
HR consultant, Calyx-Weaver
& Associates, Boise, Idaho.
SHRM argues for fewer disclosure
requirements; SHRM’s 2017
Diversity & Inclusion Conference &
Exposition in San Francisco; more.