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    HR News November 2020

    November 1, 2020

    In This Issue

    From the Editor, November 2020
    Ed Lamb

    The Impact of COVID-19: A Tale of Two Workforces?
    Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

    How One City Contained Retiree Health Care Costs | And Set Itself Up to Survive the Pandemic and Falling Revenue
    Alex Smith

    How Lean HR Teams Can Find Success Beyond COVID-19
    Dan Sines

    Crisis Management Strategies for HR Leaders
    Megan Paquin, APR, CPRC and Jackie Labrecque

    Why to Incorporate a Mediation Step Into Grievance Procedures Under Collectively Bargained Contracts
    James B. Perry

    E-mediation: More Than Resolving Labor Disputes
    Wynne Reece

    CompDoctor, November 2020 | A Tool for Highlighting Whether Below-Market Pay Contributes to Making It Difficult to Recruit and Retain Employees
    Ronnie Charles

    IN MEMORIAM: Margaret Sellers Walker Morris | Sept. 28, 1935–Sept. 20, 2020
    Sandra Clemons

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    HR News October 2020

    In This Issue

    FROM THE 2021 PRESIDENT-ELECT, OCTOBER 2020 | IPMA-HR Is Well-Positioned to Support Public Sector Human Resources Professionals
    Jennifer Fairweather, IPMA-SCP

    How HR Professionals Can Foster More Inclusive and Innovative Cultures
    Shirley Davis, Ph.D., CSP, SHRM-SCP

    How Leaders Can Drive Real Change by Embracing Diversity and Inclusion
    Jeb Banner

    How the Pandemic Changed Wellness Programs | And What Lies Ahead for Employers and Employees
    Erika Zauner

    Understand the Employers’ Role in Reducing the Prescribing of Opioids for Dental Pain
    Scott Towers

    The New World of Work Makes Resilience Training Critical for Employers
    Debra Wein, M.S., RDN, CWPD

    Employers Don’t Need Slides or Ping Pong Tables to Attract Millennials
    Paige Schaffer

    THE B&G REPORT, OCTOBER 2020 | How Local and State Governments Are Meeting the Employee Benefits Challenge
    Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP, OCTOBER 2020 | Increase Engagement by Harnessing Emotional Intelligence to Create Psychological Safety
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

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    HR News September 2020

    In This Issue

    From the Executive Director, September 2020 | Talking About Racial Equity Won’t Suffice
    Cara Woodson Welch, Esq.

    The First Dozen or So Rules of Talking About Politics at Work Are …
    Ed Lamb

    How HR and Managers Can Work Together to Build a Positive, Thriving Culture | Even When Employees Work Remotely
    Rhiannon Staples

    Managing Employee Performance When Mental Health or Substance Abuse Is Involved
    Amy Robinson, JD, SRHM-SCP, SPHR

    Understanding and Making Effective Use of Direct Threat Assessments Under the ADA
    Timothy B. McConnell

    CompDoctor, September 2020 | Key Compensation and Classification Issues to Address During the Pandemic
    Ronnie Charles

    Labor Relations, September 2020
    David B. Ritter, Partner, & Kelsey Schmidt, Associate, at Barnes & Thornburg LLP

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    HR News August 2020

    August 1, 2020

    In This Issue

    The New Law Enforcement: Civilians and Technology | How Small Agencies Can Survive in a Changing World
    Capt. Brian Leyn

    Implementing Organizational Change Management Strategies to Reinvigorate a Modernization Project
    John Krupa and Maureen O’Brochta

    How HR Can Rethink Compliance Training | Relying on Learning Management Systems and Fostering Employee Engagement
    Trish Stromberg

    Employers Must Take the Long View on Rebuilding the Workforce Following COVID-19
    Nicholas Wyman, MBA

    Public Sector Telework Trends During the Coronavirus Pandemic
    IPMA-HR

    Leadership Roadmap for August 2020 | Change: What Holds Us Back and Moves Us Forward
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    Employee Engagement for August 2020 | Managing Performance in the New Workplace
    Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP, and Jason Lichney

    LABOR RELATIONS FOR AUGUST 2020
    David B. Ritter, Partner, & Kelsey Schmidt, Associate, at Barnes & Thornburg LLP

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    HR News July 2020

    July 1, 2020

    In This Issue

    5 Steps Toward a Psychologically Safe Workplace
    Jana Morrin

    When, Why and How to Update the Employee Handbook to Address COVID-19
    Michelle W. Johnson and Jessica R. Watson

    Putting People First: Workplace Safety, Cybersecurity and Background Screenings
    Alla Schay

    6 Steps for Protecting Your Data After Letting Go of a Remote Employee
    Brian Schrader

    Member Satisfaction Remains Job #1 for IPMA-HR
    IPMA-HR

    Meet Your Candidate for 2021 IPMA-HR President-Elect
    IPMA-HR

    The B&G HR Report for July 2020 | Safety in Numbers: The Power of Data to Protect Public Sector Workers
    Katherine Barrett and Richard Green

    CompDoctor for July 2020 | Determining Salary Adjustment Estimates Amid a Pandemic
    Ronnie Charles

    Labor Relations for July 2020
    David B. Ritter, Partner, & Kelsey Schmidt, Associate, at Barnes & Thornburg LLP