Have you ever worked in a pet-friendly workplace? These folks do. Show us the furry pals you'd love to bring to the office.

Photos: Pets Around the Office

If employees are heading for the exits, it may be time to revisit your recognition strategy.

Boost Retention Through Employee Recognition

"When approaching online company reviews from employees, take time to read them to learn what’s working, what can be improved and what questions your candidates have," Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman suggests.

Transparency Improves Recruiting: A Q&A with Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman

"Make it clear to employees what's OK to share online, how and when to do so, and the most appropriate manner in which to conduct outreach efforts."

How to Help Employees Mind Their Manners in an Online World

Here are the basics to building your online presence, creating social proof of your professional competence, and persuading recruiters and hiring managers to reach out to you for an interview.

The Basics of Online Personal Reputation Management

What is this SHRM Competency Model anyhow? Check out our interactive competency wheel - a quick and easy way to learn what the model is all about.

About the Competency Model

For HR professionals, “friending” employees on Facebook or other social media sites is far from a simple decision.

To ‘Friend’ or Not to ‘Friend’?

Need a comprehensive development program that doesn’t require too much time out of office? SHRM offers 1-day seminars on 9 topics.

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"Know what you want to accomplish—and why. Don’t wait for your organization to define what HR should be."

10 Things Every HR Professional Needs to Do to Succeed

There are two common errors that company leaders make when documenting investigations, and both could come back to haunt them.

When Documenting, Beware: Missteps Can Sink Your Ship in Court

Corporate leaders have a big problem: Almost 1 in 3 employees don’t trust their employers, according to a survey of 33,000 workers in 28 countries.

Why Employees Don't Trust Their Leaders

The concept of pet bereavement leave at work is still relatively new, and pet lovers disagree on whether companies should offer it.

Grieving a Pet’s Death: Should Workers Get Time Off?

Candidates often use salary websites to estimate how much their skills are worth in a particular region or industry. Sometimes their conclusions are correct. But many times they’re not.

When Candidates Cite Online Data in Pay Negotiations

Have you checked out all of the free samples, how-to guides and toolkits SHRM has to offer? It's the smart way to stay current and save time.

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The SHRM Foundation and the National Association of Veteran-Serving Organizations have launched a multiyear research project to find ways to support organizations in hiring and retaining military veterans at the local and national levels.

Hiring, Retaining Veterans Is Focus of SHRM Foundation-NAVSO Project

Approximately 1,500 talent acquisition and management professionals will take advantage of the learning sessions, networking opportunities and vendor solutions at the SHRM 2017 Talent Management Conference & Exposition.

Boost Your Talent Management Strategy with SHRM in Chicago

Making five years of service the first milestone for a workplace anniversary award can fail to engage, and retain, younger workers.

Service-Anniversary Awards Miss the Mark with Millennials

The growing use of artificial intelligence and machine learning can help recruiters become smarter and faster at finding and engaging the right candidates.

Intelligent Machines Are Changing Recruiting

You are not going to be able to control everything that happens in your career. But a strategic and tactical plan will guide you in making career decisions that fulfill your personal needs and advance your professional goals.

How to Plan Out Your HR Career