New York will have one of the most comprehensive paid-family-leave programs in the country, and employers should begin preparing soon for the change.
New York will have one of the most comprehensive paidfamilyleave programs in

New York Employers Must Prepare for Paid-Family-Leave Program

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Beignets and Big Ideas. Join us for #SHRM17 in NOLA!
Beignets and Big Ideas Join us for SHRM17 in NOLA

Go ALL IN in the Big Easy

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Here's how to protect your organization when handling the hard stuff.
Here's how to protect your organization when handling the hard stuff

11 Tips for Talking About Poor Performance

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What could possibly go wrong with recognizing someone’s birthday at work? Turns out, enough to make any self-respecting HR manager pay attention.
What could possibly go wrong with recognizing someones birthday at work Turns

To Celebrate Birthdays at Work or Not?

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Experts say employees who offend people online risk losing their livelihoods.
Experts say employees who offend people online risk losing their livelihoods

Fired for Facebooking: Nasty Political Posts Could Cost Employees Their Jobs

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An employee who is off duty isn't necessarily beyond an employer's reach. But how should an employer address off-duty misconduct—in broad company policies, such as anti-harassment and discipline policies, or in stand-alone off-duty company policies?
An employee who is off duty isnt necessarily beyond an employers reach

Minding Employee Behavior Off the Clock and Off the Premises

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HR leaders at five revolutionary companies—Airbnb, Blue Apron, Etsy, Uber and zulily—share some of the lessons they’ve learned about how HR can help organizations stay creative and competitive.
HR leaders at five revolutionary companiesAirbnb Blue Apron Etsy Uber and zulilyshare

HR in the Age of Disruption

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David Twitchell, SHRM-SCP, commutes 150 miles round-trip to work each day. But he doesn’t mind a bit because he has found his “dream job” at Catholic Charities New Hampshire.
David Twitchell SHRMSCP commutes 150 miles roundtrip to work each day But

Member Spotlight: David Twitchell, SHRM-SCP

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"When you write a resume, it should be with the needs of the target job in mind and should highlight what you bring to those stated needs."
When you write a resume it should be with the needs of

Your Career Q&A: Are You Manager Material?

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Whatever your HR role, effective communication is key to your success. And no matter how limited your time, you can improve upon your communication skills this year with self-paced online courses, presented by SHRM and Dale Carnegie.

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Whatever your HR role effective communication is key to your success And

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Businesses around the world are failing miserably at creating an engaged workforce. Here’s what HR can do about it—without spending big bucks.
Businesses around the world are failing miserably at creating an engaged workforce

7 Tips to Increase Employee Engagement Without Spending a Dime

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Vladimir Benic
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Just because your employees are talented and high-achieving doesn’t mean they have high morale. Besides increasing their pay or giving them a nice bonus, what can you do to show them they are valued?
Just because your employees are talented and highachieving doesnt mean they have

7 Strategies for Keeping Employees Happy at Work

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Here are some common strategies for getting the attention of HR’s hiring managers.
Here are some common strategies for getting the attention of HR’s hiring managers

How to Get an Entry-Level Job in HR

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Employee relations experts agree that turning departmental leaders and front-line supervisors into coaches is a culture shift that can be achieved subtly and in a fairly short amount of time.
Employee relations experts agree that turning departmental leaders and frontline

The Leader-as-Coach: 10 Questions You Need to Ask to Develop Employees

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Conflict is natural. Don't fight it. But you do need to learn how to do it right.
Conflict is natural Don't fight it But you do need to learn how to do it right

Why Workplace Conflict Can Be Healthy

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It's critical for companies to regularly review their handbooks for compliance.
It's critical for companies to regularly review their handbooks for compliance

8 Things to Consider When Updating Employee Handbooks in 2017

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The HR community shares the best and worst examples of onboarding practices.
The HR community shares the best and worst examples of onboarding practices

Onboarding Mistakes to Avoid And Some Creative Ideas to Adopt

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There are seven ways people quit their jobs, and there are two key factors that determine whether a person resigns in a positive way or in a manner that could harm an employer.
There are seven ways people quit their jobs and there are two

7 Ways People Quit Their Jobs

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Generally, when an interviewer raises the question of money, it means that the offer is yours to lose. Here's a three-part question to help you determine your optimal asking salary.
Generally when an interviewer raises the question of money it means that

How to Determine What Your Asking Salary Should Be

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