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    HR News March 2019

    In This Issue

    Address Stress by Building a Positive Work Environment and Workplace Culture
    Jeff Nalin, Psy.D.

    6 Steps for Creating a Culture of Health Within Your Organization
    Shannon Hernandez

    Vision Benefits: A Wise Addition to Your Insurance Offerings
    David S. Karlin

    A Better Health Benefit Plan Can Prevent Employee Opioid Overdoses
    Dave Chase

    Copay Accumulator Programs a Bad Choice for Reducing Employers’ Health Care Costs
    Stacey Worthy

    Bereavement Leave Is Not Enough: Talking About Death and Grief in the Workplace
    Megan Devine, LPC

    Classification Consolidation: Addressing an Urgent Need in State Government
    Nicole D. Carr

    Leave Pooling: Many Approaches, One Goal
    Ed Lamb

    COMPDOCTORTM
    Pay Equity Studies Require Care, Communication and Follow-Through

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News February 2019

    In This Issue

    It’s Time to Let Go of 20th-Century Management Models
    Jesse Newton

    Know Thyself: Recognizing and Overcoming Personal Biases in the C-Suite
    Michael Brainard, Ph.D.

    Five Ways to Make Your Organization More Appealing to Millennials
    Stephan Schiffman and Gary M. Krebs

    MANAGING PEOPLE IN TOUGH TIMES
    Building Support for Civil Service Reform
    Howard Risher, Ph.D.

    EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
    Lessons Learned About Building Employee Engagement
    Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
    Understand Why and How to Formulate a Leadership Philosophy
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News January 2019

    In This Issue

    5 Essential Questions to Ask Your Employees About Their Development
    Stacey Engle

    Should You Give Honest Feedback
    Cheryl Hyatt

    HR Can Act to Reduce Gender Bias in Performance Reviews
    Rania H. Anderson

    How to Build an Engaged and Productive Workforce by Conducting Micro Interventions
    Adam Fridman

    8 Secrets to Retaining Great Employees
    Tracy Switzer

    How One Employer Invested in Its People to Create a Winning Culture
    Eric Tetuan

    STATE OF PUBLIC HR HR2020 Q&A: Tamara Dixon, HR Director for the Town of Parker, Colo.

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News December 2018

    In This Issue

    Address Five Drivers of Employee Turnover to Retain Police, First Responders
    Danny Nelms

    What Employers, Especially in Male-Dominated Professions, Should Know About Breatfeeding
    Jennifer Jordan

    Don’t Leave the Quality of Your Work Culture to Chance
    S. Chris Edmonds

    EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
    Political Transitions Present Government Agencies With Unique Opportunities to Measure Employee Engagement
    Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
    A Changing World Demands a Shift in Perspective on Training and Development
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    COMPDOCTORTM
    Classification System Design

    MANAGING PEOPLE IN TOUGH TIMES
    The Skills Shortage Is HR’s Problem
    Howard Risher, Ph.D.

    LABOR RELATIONS

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    HR News November 2018

    October 29, 2018

    In This Issue

    A Matter of Life and Debt: Millennials and the Student Debt Crisis
    Mike Lamb

    5 Ways to Support an Employee With Cancer
    Rebecca V. Nellis

    The Caregiver Crisis Is Here. How Are Employers Helping Employees?
    Lindsay Jurist-Rosner

    Key Considerations for Developing and Implementing Remote Work Plans for Government Agency Employees
    Allison LeMay

    Wellness Programs Can Still Work and Be Compliant
    Jim Pshock

    Self-Insuring Public Employers Provide a Roadmap for Changing the Course of Health Care
    Dave Chase

    Highlights From the 2018 Conference

    Insights Into Public Sector HR Analytics Provided by IPMA-HR 2018 Benchmarking Survey

    LABOR RELATIONS