HR Leads Business

Dec 1, 2017 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, HRCI Staff Writer

What's Next? 2018 Disruptions in HR

HR Leads Business recently caught up with human resource management guru Dave Ulrich to define the disruptions that will transform HR practices in 2018. Ulrich, a Professor of Business at the University of Michigan and Partner of The RBL Group, believes there are eight disruptions that will continue to reshape HR.

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Nov 9, 2017 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, Staff Writer for HRCI

Success With Veterans Requires Establishing Common Ground

In honor of Veterans Day 2017, HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) would like to highlight some of the latest thinking on how to make the most out of hiring and retaining as many as 360,000 men and women who leave the military each year. Experts agree that well-established military-to-civilian integration programs are key for tapping into the veteran population for top talent.

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Nov 1, 2017 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, HRCI Staff Writer

HRCI Inspired by Growing Companies at Inc. 5000

HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) was both thrilled and inspired to be a sponsor of the 2017 Inc. 5000 Conference & Gala in Palm Desert, Calif.

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Sep 22, 2017 | Dave Ulrich, HRCI Guest Blogger

5 Career Tips for HR Students

Human resource management studies have certainly changed since I first began in this field in the 80s. Today, HR students face new challenges that no other generation has had to face and they need to be more prepared than ever. The typical skills taught in even the best institutions worldwide won't be enough if students don't begin now to know themselves and stand out.

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Sep 18, 2017 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, HRCI Staff Writer

Several Companies Jump Off the Telecommuting Bandwagon. Should You?

Several prominent companies have recently reigned in their telecommuting options for employees. It was one of Marissa Mayer’s first moves as CEO of Yahoo! In May, IBM told thousands of employees to report to offices or leave the company. Bank of America, Aetna, Reddit and Best Buy are also pulling back.

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