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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

    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

    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

    Meet Your Candidate for 2021 IPMA-HR President-Elect

    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

    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.

    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

    David B. Ritter, Partner, & Kelsey Schmidt, Associate, at Barnes & Thornburg LLP

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