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The HR Professional May 2018 Issue

HR Professional Digital Edition - May 2018


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HR’s Next Big Gig

By Karen Stone, CHRE

 

We have been having a lot of conversation in the past few years about the increase of non-traditional work arrangements.

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HR’s Next Big Gig

By Karen Stone, CHRE

 

We have been having a lot of conversation in the past few years about the increase of non-traditional work arrangements.

Beyond the Claim

Nine things you need to know about harassment investigations

By Randi Chapnik Myers, LL.M, Dr. Stephanie Bot, C. Psych. and Donna Marshall, M.A.

 

When HR professional Morgan Endral transitioned into a senior role in her organization, she discovered she had inherited an unresolved harassment complaint lodged by a female executive assistant against her male supervisor.

Off the Shelf

By Alyson Nyiri, CHRL

Future First: How Successful Leaders Turn Innovation Challenges into New Value Frontiers

By Alice Mann
Routledge, 2018

 

We are facing huge global challenges: resources are becoming scarce, climate change is increasingly volatile and our culture is rapidly evolving.

Helping the Helpers

Employers are learning the benefits of a psychologically safe work environment

By Joel Kranc

 

The workplace, like society in general, is ever evolving and changing. The challenge of incorporating a more diverse approach to hiring, for example, has gained traction over time.

Stepping Forward

Three ways women can press for their progress in the workplace

By Marni Johnson

 

In today’s knowledge and service economies, what motivates and engages most employees ultimately comes down to satisfying three needs: career, community and cause. As organizations strive to build diverse and inclusive workforces, these needs must be met, particularly in ways that apply to women. 

Tips for Recruiting Leaders

The killer keywords for attracting leaders aren’t related to recruitment at all

By Jamie Hoobanoff

 

Leaders aren’t looking for a job, which can make them difficult to hire. This is why you cannot use the traditional language of recruitment to attract the talent that will lead your organization into the future.