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    HR News February 2020

    In This Issue

    A Roadmap for Workforce and Succession Planning Success
    Dick Heil

    Attracting and Maintaining Talent Through Organizational Realignment and Outreach
    A Workforce Management Perspective
    John A. Soubik

    Start With Purpose to Sustain Top Talent
    Eric Frazer, Psy.D.

    Making Skilled Trades Safe and More appealing to Younger Jobseekers
    Robin Fleming

    THE B&G HR REPORT
    In Workforce Planning, Data Is King
    Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene

    EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
    Building World-Class Employee Engagement
    Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
    Let’s Celebrate Change!
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News January 2020

    In This Issue

    FROM THE PRESIDENT
    Cheryl Cepelak, IPMA-SCP

    Harnessing the Power of Data Analytics to Maximize Employee Benefits
    Antonio Legorreta, M.D., MPH

    Support Employees Fighting Addiction
    George Klodner, M.D.

    An Aging Workforce Means Dealing With Incontinence in the Workplace
    Mica Phillips

    5 Ways We Unknowingly Provoke Our Coworkers
    Mark Borg Jr., Ph.D.

    Workplace Survival During a Contentious Year
    Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq.

    COMPDOCTORTM
    Don’t Omit Must-Haves From Your Annual HR and Compensation Reporting

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News December 2019

    In This Issue

    FROM THE PRESIDENT
    Christine Major, IPMA-SCP

    The Role of Police Unions Keeps Expanding
    Jenny Donovan

    The Future of Work Is Here. Is HR Ready?
    Zoë Harte

    Have Employer Drug Testing Policies Kept Up With Today’s Drugs of Abuse?
    John Mallios

    Using Data and HCM Systems to Prevent Employee Burnout
    Jennifer Ho

    Federal Employee Unions Challenged by New Workforce Policies
    Ed Lamb

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
    Creating Organizational Culture and Performance Through Engagement, Values and Action Learning
    Andre Rahaman

    MANAGING PEOPLE IN TOUGH TIMES
    Redefining HR’s Role in Managing and Improving Performance
    Howard Risher, Ph.D. & Trish Holliday, Ed.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, IPMA-SCP, CPC

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News November 2019

    In This Issue

    Employers Ignore Women at Their Own Peril
    Tara Sinclair

    How Employers and Lawmakers Responded After #MeToo Went Viral
    Bob Greene

    Bystander Intervention Training Empowers Employees to Stop Sexual Harassment
    Andrew Rawson

    A Fair Hair Day: What Employers Must Know About California’s CROWN Act
    Philip I. Person and Tayanah C. Miller

    Highlights From Our 2019 Conference

    IPMA-HR Report Provides Insight Into Public Sector Employee Engagement

    COMPDOCTORTM
    5 Factors That Influence Salaries for University Professors

    EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
    HR Metrics: Don’t Just Count. Measure!
    Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News October 2019

    In This Issue

    Where Does HR Go From Here? Into Culture-Building
    Julius Rhodes, SPHR

    How to set Up an Effective Mentoring Program
    Heidi Holmes

    The Secret to Turning Around Underperforming Employees
    Vicki Brackett

    Dealing With Constantly Complaining Coworkers
    Lorie Reichel-Howe

    4 Secrets to Managing and Retaining Generation Z
    Bill Bennett

    4 Steps to Effective Risk Management in the Workplace
    Nicole Carr

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
    Take Back Your Time to Do Work That Counts
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    MANAGING PEOPLE IN TOUGH TIMES
    It’s Time for HR to Take the Lead in Improving Performance
    Howard Risher, Ph.D.

    LABOR RELATIONS

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