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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

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    HR News June 2020

    June 1, 2020

    In This Issue

    FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - JUNE 2020
    Cara Woodson Welch

    Manage Employees Through the COVID-19 Work-Life Balance Crisis
    Mike Hicks

    Fuel Your Organization’s Recovery by Improving the Employee Experience
    Lauren Mason and Patrick Hyland, Ph.D.

    It’s Time to Adopt a Job Candidate’s Bill of Rights
    Omer Tadjer

    Wins and Opportunities: Talent Trends in the Public Sector
    Jon Mason, MBA, and Josh Wilson, MBA

    MANAGING PEOPLE IN TOUGH TIMES - JUNE 2020 | COVID-19 Rewrote HR’s Job Description
    Howard Risher, Ph.D., and Octavia Abell

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP - JUNE 2020 | Gratitude in a VUCA World: One Key to Emotional Resilience
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

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

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    HR News May 2020

    May 1, 2020

    In This Issue

    Avoid Talent Retention Mistake #192,653,478 | What Happens When Leaders Realize They’re the Problem
    Troy Hall, Ph.D.

    3 Principles for Good Coaching as a Leader | And How to Put Them Into Action
    Michael Bungay Stanier

    True Leadership Demands Managing Emotions in the Workplace
    Angela Civitella

    3 Tips for Fair Hiring
    Nina Cofer

    A Dozen Consensus Best Practices for Managing Remote Employees
    Ed Lamb

    ‘A Significant and Influential Presence’: Neil Reichenberg to Retire as IPMA-HR Executive Director
    Jackie Wehmeyer, IPMA-SCP, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, and Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

    COMP DOCTOR - MAY 2020 | Should Frontline Employees Receive Hazard Pay During a Public Health Crisis?
    Ronnie Charles

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

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    HR News April 2020

    In This Issue

    What’s Working to Recruit Police Officers and Sheriff’s Deputies
    Ed Lamb

    How the Fire Service Can Stop Struggling to Diversify
    Jenny Donovan

    Finding Solutions to Staffing Challenges at the Connecticut Department of Correction
    Donna Pantin-Worrell

    It’s a Community Effort': Maintaining a Large All-Volunteer Rescue Squad
    Ed Lamb

    THE B&G HR REPORT
    The Dispatcher Hiring Challenge
    Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
    The Purpose of Active Listening
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News March 2020

    In This Issue

    Prevent Pay Inequity and Discrimination by Eliminating Questions About Pay History
    Brian Pezza

    5 Advantages to Offering Student Loan Benefits
    Shann Grewal

    Life Insurance: Examining the Benefits of the Benefit
    Greg Poulakos

    What Drives Award-Winning Performance at Public Sector Organizations
    Profiles of the City of Germantown, Tenn., and the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund, recipients of 2019 Malcom Baldrige National Quality Awards

    COMPDOCTORTM
    Quick Thoughts on 11 Tough Public Sector HR Challenges

    MANAGING PEOPLE IN TOUGH TIMES
    The Case for Tackling the Pay Problem
    Howard Risher, Ph.D.

    LABOR RELATIONS

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