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HR Management

Strategic human resource management is the end product of success in conduction workplace investigations, vendor management, human capital management, and more.

Our human resource management articles can help you vastly improve your human resources planning, HR policies, and human resource training.

To set competitive salaries, you've probably filled out compensation surveys and maybe even managed such surveys yourself. But recent classaction lawsuits have led some HR professionals and business execs to rethink their participation in (or hosting of) such surveys.
A new study reaveals assertiveness isn't viewed as a strength ... A benefits provider will give food tips via cell phone ... Many Asian firms are adopting American habits.
More than one-third (36 percent) of HR professionals polled recently by the Society for Human Resource Management say they’ve increased their monitoring of employees over the past 12 months.
They say that imitation is the best form of flattery. So, improve your company’s productivity by borrowing the practices of the nation’s best small companies.
Cut through the fog of innovation by following these five principles to bring new products and services to market:
The graying of the U.S. workforce has gotten managers thinking for years about the upcoming "retire­ment boom" and their readiness to replace departing baby boom­ers.
A study several months back suggested that fantasy football leagues cost employerws $500 million a week in lost productivity, or $8.5 billion a year.
A new report identifies the top 10 workplace topics of the moment ... A recent web contest awarded prizes for 'Worst Boss' story ... Blog asks for 'Worst Employee' stories.
Promoting diversity in the workplace is not only the right thing to do but also good for business—it helps our teams profit from a variety of perspectives and viewpoints. But how do these benefits work in practice? Are diverse teams really better teams?
Job-title inflation has been around for a long time, but it took off during the dot-com boom, when companies handed out titles instead of cash. Now, apparently, we’ve reached the point where “overtitling” has led to inequities and overcompensation. But beware the solution hit on by Employco, an HR consulting firm and insurance company in Illinois that decided it had to overhaul its job titles, down-titling six senior staffers.