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    HR News September 2021

    September 1, 2021

    In This Issue

    FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, September 2021
    Cara Woodson Welch

    Know What to Do When the ADA, the FMLA and Workers’ Compensation Intersect
    Monica Lynn Kennedy, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, IPMA-SCP

    How COVID-19 Will Impact Open Enrollment During 2021
    Doug Ramsthel

    Emerging Technology Offers Ways to Tackle Employees’ Mental Health Challenges
    Ted Hong, MBA

    Traditional Benefits Aren’t Working for Working Parents | Inclusive Organizations Must Respond to Each Employee’s Unique Needs
    Karsten Vagner

    3 Positive Trends in Fertility Benefits for LGBTQ+ Employees
    Peter Nieves

    Retiree Health Benefits: Cost-Sharing and Prefunding Improvements Are Needed
    Laurie LoFranco

    Early Retirement Plans: A Budget Tool and Employee Incentive Opportunity
    Dan Keenan

    MEMBER SPOTLIGHT, September 2021 | Charlene Leslie, SHPR, SHRM-SCP, IPMA-SCP, HR Administrator for the City of Gladstone, Mo.
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    HR News August 2021

    August 1, 2021

    In This Issue

    FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, August 2021
    Cara Woodson Welch, Esq.

    Lessons Learned From Infusing the Hiring Process With Empathy
    David Kitchen

    Pandemic Musts for Public HR: Communication, Confidence and Consistency
    Billie C. Winzor, M.Ed., IPMA-SCP

    How a County Agency Met Employees’ Need for Timely, Actionable Feedback | Q&A With Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Personnel Review Commission Director Rebecca Kopcienski, M.A., SHRM-SCP, IPMA-SCP
    IPMA-HR

    Make Learning and Development Central to the Post-Pandemic Employee Experience
    Jonathan Finkelstein

    Strengthen Cybersecurity Habits by Approaching the Problem as if It’s a Wellness Program
    George Finney

    EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT, August 2021 | Engagement Now Matters More Than Ever
    Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

    LEGISLATIVE & POLICY UPDATE, August 2021
    IPMA-HR

    MEMBER SPOTLIGHT, August 2021 | Daniel Hunter, MPA, SHRM-CP, Human Resources Director for the City of The Dalles, Ore.
    IPMA-HR

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    HR News July 2021

    July 1, 2021

    In This Issue

    FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, July 2021
    Cara Woodson Welch

    As Money Anxieties Mount for Public Employees, so Does the Need for Financial Wellness Programs
    Daniel Bryant and Heather Garbers, CVBS

    Financial Wellness: The Hidden Gem of Employee Well-Being
    Kristal Walker. D.M., CPTM

    Yes, You Can Provide the Workplace Financial Wellness Benefits Your Employees Want
    Joanne Del Signore

    Is Saving for Emergencies the Key to Unlocking Financial Wellness?
    Devin Miller

    5 Interactive Tools to Make Your Financial Wellness Program a Slam Dunk
    From the National Association of State Treasurers

    How Two Public Sector Organizations Used Grants to Foster Financial Wellness for Employees
    IPMA-HR

    What Benefits Administrators Should Know About Temporary Flexibilities for Health FSAs and DCAPs
    Heather DeBlanc and Stephanie Lowe

    When a Workers’ Compensation Claimant Becomes an Inmate | How to Mitigate Exposure and Close Out a Case for an Incarcerated Employee
    Joanna Hair

    MEMBER SPOTLIGHT, July 2021 | Brenda L. Ford, IPMA-SCP, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, Custom Human Resource Services and Solutions, LLC
    IPMA-HR

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    HR News June 2021

    In This Issue

    FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, June 2021
    Cara Woodson Welch

    The Language of Business Is Numbers. Can You Speak It?
    Robert Brown

    Leading With Empathy: The Superpower All Leaders Must Cultivate
    Minter Dial

    Master the Art of Delegating
    Brian Smith, Ph.D., and Mary Smith

    Embrace the Role HR Plays in Ensuring Leadership Accountability
    Vince Molinaro, Ph.D.

    Combat Change Fatigue With 4 Communication Best Practices
    Andrew O’Shaughnessy

    HR Can Lead Cross-Cultural Communications in the New Digital Era
    Ann Feyerherm, Ph.D.

    Keep COVID-19 Stress Out of Your Official Communications | 12 Steps Leaders Can Take to Hold Toxicity at Bay
    May Habib

    Avoid a One-Size-Fits-All Plan for Recalling Workers to the Office
    Jim Durkin

    MEMBER SPOTLIGHT, June 2021 | golbou ghassemieh, IPMA-SCP, Human Resources Project Manager, Koff & Associates
    IPMA-HR

    IN MEMORIAM: Kimla Dwyann Thompson Milburn | Jan. 13, 1963–April 13, 2021
    IPMA-HR

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    HR News May 2021

    In This Issue

    FROM THE PRESIDENT, May 2021
    Pam Dollard, IPMA-SCP

    Do Not Buy Into Myths and Misconceptions About Managing Remote Employees
    Lin Grensing-Pophal

    Move Everyone Up the Five Levels of Problem-Solving
    Cheryl Stookes

    Digital Fatigue: A Danger Facing Even the Most Engaged Employees
    Jeff Gelinas, MBA

    Focus on How Automation Can Improve the Employee Experience
    Lauren Ruef

    How Leaders Can Align Employee Performance With the Organization’s Purpose
    Srikant Chellappa

    What Is Workforce Analytics and Why Should You Use This Tool?
    Guy DiMemmo

    The Boss as a Target: Recognizing and Stopping Upward Bullying
    Susan Shellard, MPA, FACHE, OTR

    LEGISLATIVE & POLICY UPDATE, May 2021 | A New President and New Laws Impact Public Sector HR Practice
    IPMA-HR

    MEMBER SPOTLIGHT, May 2021 | Kiearha Davidson, IPMA-CP, HR Consultant for the City of Pontiac, Mich.
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