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What are the biggest issues in HR? Have your say and go in the draw to win an Apple TV byHRM | 6/25/2014 6:10:46 AM

Share your thoughts on the critical issues and challenges facing the HR profession in our global surveyread more

Putting the “human” back in human resources byCaitlin Nobes | 6/23/2014 10:56:32 AM

There’s a lot of talk about employee engagement and discretionary effort, but are HR leaders missing a key tool in winning over employees? read more

5 minutes with...Jen Menke, VP of HR, Scholarship America byJuliette Willow | 6/22/2014 2:47:42 AM

We talk with Jen about working in the nonprofit world, and find out a genius interview question you'll want to steal, tooread more

What are Mars employees doing underwater in Indonesia? byChanelle Leslie | 6/17/2014 12:08:49 PM

And why is the global chocolate empire paying to send them there? read more

American jobseekers less picky than Canadians byJuliette Willow | 6/16/2014 11:21:08 AM

Don’t think that the proximity of the countries means your recruiting techniques can transition smoothly: attitudes of jobseekers north and south of the border are very differentread more

HR careers: Plugging the hole in your CV byJanie Smith | 6/14/2014 5:31:21 AM

Climbing the career ladder can be tricky if you find yourself short on desired experience. HRM looks at what companies want to see on your CV and how you can get it read more

What to do with the “competent squatter” byJuliette Willow | 6/10/2014 11:08:36 AM

Some people just want to show up, do their job adequately and go home – but is someone who does exactly what’s in their job description and no more holding back your organization? read more

Look out for these two adjectives in performance reviews byJuliette Willow | 6/10/2014 10:58:25 AM

Watch the way women are described in performance reviews: certain adjectives carry heavily gendered connotationsread more