HR Management


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    EEOC settles telework dispute filed by union representing its own employees

    Not even government agencies in charge of enforcing workplace laws have been able to avoid the telework debate.

    By Dec. 2, 2022
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    9 stories on the future of human resources

    It’s clear HR is a department in flux.

    By Dec. 2, 2022
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    How HR can tell its story to the C-suite and board

    Investors’ eyes are currently focused on HR, one expert told HR Dive. That creates an opportunity to demonstrate value.

    By Nov. 30, 2022
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    Why a flexible workspace is a better future

    Here’s how flexibility allows diverse populations to contribute in the ways they perform best.

    Nov. 28, 2022
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    HR, health thyself: A comprehensive and collaborative HR “physical”

    The success of HR “health checks” hinges on ensuring that they are sufficiently comprehensive, data-driven and collaborative.

    By Fran Maxwell and Kim Lanier • Nov. 28, 2022
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    ‘Human resources’ is an outdated term, HR and C-suite leaders say

    HR is ripe for a rebrand, respondents to a recent survey indicated.

    By Nov. 23, 2022
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    Gallup: Workplace COVID-19 concerns declining, but 1 in 4 still worried

    The survey comes amid increased national political debate about the state of the pandemic in the U.S.

    By Nov. 22, 2022
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    The consequences of Elon Musk’s ‘hardcore’ ultimatum to Twitter workers

    The social media platform’s new CEO wants more from his employees — but it could come at a considerable cost, sources told HR Dive.

    By Nov. 21, 2022
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    5 employee handbook sections that may need an overhaul in 2023

    “I think a lot of companies don’t update their employee handbooks as often as they should,” one expert told HR Dive.

    By Katie Clarey • Nov. 21, 2022
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    How to prioritize retention in 2023

    As the economy wavers, employers may need to turn their sights to retention rather than recruiting.

    By Jen A. Miller • Nov. 16, 2022
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    How to stop M&A from becoming a company culture-killer

    Culture can be a crucial determinant of whether a merger or acquisition succeeds or fails, writes Dominique Andrews, chief people officer at Logically.

    By Dominique Andrews • Nov. 14, 2022
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    Amazon reportedly plans 10K layoffs

    The e-commerce giant is downsizing divisions related to devices like Alexa and human resources, the New York Times reports.

    By Daphne Howland • Nov. 14, 2022
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    3 ways HR pros can justify L&D budget requests

    Learning and development pros must be able to communicate their budget needs and should come with data to support those requests, sources say.

    By Jen A. Miller • Nov. 8, 2022
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    With SEC disclosure rules looming, investors eye HR transparency

    Transparent employers tend to experience higher employee retention and more investor interest, according to a report from The Conference Board.

    By Nov. 8, 2022
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    The companies that went fully remote — and never looked back

    Scrapped plans for a new headquarters. An expired lease. A coronavirus-driven shift to remote work has been seamless enough for some companies to ditch physical offices altogether.

    By Nov. 7, 2022
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    Is your business transparency-ready? Here are 5 criteria HR can consider.

    Employees view transparent HR departments as more effective, according to research and advisory firm McLean & Company.

    By Laurel Kalser • Nov. 4, 2022
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    HR is more worried about retention than hiring, data suggests

    With a predicted recession on the horizon, it’s not hard to see why HR is shifting its focus to retention.

    By Nov. 3, 2022
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    Deep Dive

    How to address mental health issues in compliance with FMLA, ADA

    During the past few years, work scenarios have changed, particularly with regard to mental health issues, employment attorneys told attendees at a recent Florida Bar conference.

    By Laurel Kalser • Nov. 3, 2022
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    CSR in cannabis is emblematic of DEI, ethical business challenges

    Human resource management is even more difficult in an emerging industry such as legal cannabis, where compliance regulations are strict.

    By Nov. 2, 2022
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    Google, GE and others have a chief medical officer. Should you?

    The CMO role isn’t exactly new, but the pandemic accelerated the growth of the position into almost every business sector.

    By Jen A. Miller • Nov. 2, 2022
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    What’s in a job? Employers question remote employees working a second gig

    Some recruiters, however, say companies should mind their business.

    By Nov. 1, 2022
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    10 HR horror stories for a spine-chilling Halloween

    From deepfake job applicants to a false kidnapping claim, 2022 had no shortage of nightmares for HR pros.

    By HR Dive staff • Oct. 28, 2022
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    Midterms loom — but employees don’t want to talk about it

    Observers have noted rising political agitation in the workplace for some time.

    By Oct. 19, 2022
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    HR Dive Live: How has HR changed — and what’s next for the profession?

    HR Dive hosted a live discussion Oct. 11 during which we asked HR leaders to identify industry trends and discuss the field’s future.

    By HR Dive staff • Oct. 17, 2022
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    Layoff upswing doesn’t dampen labor market

    The uptick in layoffs and downturn in hiring is still not enough to cool a stubbornly red-hot labor market.

    By Grace Noto • Oct. 12, 2022