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    HR News August 2018

    July 30, 2018

    In This Issue

    The Future of HR Technology Is AI. Are You Ready?
    Joana Ardelean, PHR, CC

    3 Ways HR Departments Can Benefit From Using AI
    Thierry Hubert

    Take a More Practical Approach to HR Analytics
    David Creelman

    Making the Transition From Simply Reporting to Providing Analytic Insights
    Nancy Buonanno Grennan

    Phoenix Developed Its Workforce Plan by Getting Back to Basics
    Denise Overstreet, IPMA-SCP

    CASE STUDY
    A Large Sheriff’s Office Fills all Its Open Positions
    Lt. Douglas Wade, Capt. Rick Newson and Sheriff Calvin Hayden

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
    Embrace the Benefits of Peer-to-Peer Learning and Coaching
    Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    COMPDOCTOR™
    Managing the Costs of Wages, Salaries and Benefits

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    HR News July 2018

    In This Issue

    Training Is the Critical Link in a Successful Performance Management Program
    By Nicole D. Carr

    3 Steps Organizations Must Take to Fill the Tech Skills Gap
    By Stefano Bellasio

    Designing and Effective Analytics Training Program
    By Nick Pan and Hasanath Mohammed

    Tackling the Law Enforcement Personnel Shortage Takes More Than Money
    By Ed Lamb

    5 Steps to Be a Great Manager
    By Brian Kelley

    The Disability Interactive Process for Stress and Mental Health
    By Rachel Shaw

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    HR News June 2018

    In This Issue

    Harnessing the Power of ‘I-You’ to Do Irresistible Recruiting
    By Jeff Butler

    What Automation and the Gig Economy Mean for Hiring and Employee Development
    By Teresa Schneider and Ray Klahr

    New Ideas for Recruiting and Retaining a Qualified, Inclusive Workforce
    By Lori Taylor

    Hiring Doesn’t Need to Be About Who You Know
    By Jack Skeen, Ph.D.

    12 Diversity Training Best Practices
    By Mauricio Velásquez

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
    Our Organizations Are Changing. Is Your Conversational Style?
    By Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    COMP DOCTOR
    Managing the Costs of Wages, Salaries and Bonuses

    MANAGING PEOPLE IN TOUGH TIMES
    Talent Management Should Be a Higher Priority
    By Howard Risher, Ph.D.

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    HR News May 2018

    In This Issue

    Are You Ready for Succession Planning
    By Sharon Harris

    Steps Toward Incorporating Succession Planning Into Human Capital Management Functions
    By Allison LeMay

    Using Internships to Prime the Government Agency Talent Pipeline
    By Ed Lamb

    Strategies for Developing Our Next Generation of Leaders
    By Janet May and Janice Corbin

    Is the Public Sector Ready for Millennials?
    By Deborah Caruso

    EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: Improving Employee Engagement by Improving Employee Recognition
    By Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

  • HR News April 2018

    HR News April 2018

    In This Issue

    Building a More Inclusive Organization
    By Stephen Tavares and Elizabeth Salib, Ph.D.

    Major Myths of Diversity and Inclusion: What Diversity and Inclusion Is Not
    By Mauricio Velásquez

    States Must Create Employment Opportunities for People With Disabilities
    By Ed Lamb

    Pursuing Strategic Diversity and Inclusion at a Public Transportation Agency
    By Mitsuno Baurmeister

    Put Values Into Practice to Eliminate Bias at Work
    By Piyush Patel

    Emphasize Possibilities Over Problems to Build Great Public Sector Organizations
    By Gerard F. McDonough

    LEADERSHIP ROADMAP: What Government Leaders Do and Must Do to
    Increase Employee Engagement
    By Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.

    COMP DOCTOR: Can I Get a Classification and Compensation Study
    Done Quick and Right?