Practical Guidance in Planning and Executing an Employee Separation

By Heather Becker of Laner Muchin, Ltd. Employment termination decisions are often difficult but sometimes necessary for the health of the organization. Employers can reduce the risk of litigation and establish a framework that makes defending employer actions easier in

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Chicago SHRM President’s Letter April, 2018

By Shelli Nelson, President of Chicago SHRM, Senior Manager Talent Acquistion, Relativity How far you go in life depends on you being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and

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Head and Heart: Why it’s important for leaders to use both

By Harriet Di Cerbo, PCC, President, Mosaic Path The key is to use both facts and intuition to make the best decisions. Normally I’m a big proponent of using intuition in business and work, but I recognize there are times

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How the Gig Economy Will Save Full-Time Jobs

By Jeffrey Moss, Founder and CEO, Parker Dewey The gig economy will never come close to replacing employee-employer relationships. A few weeks ago I participated on a panel regarding the gig economy during which a thought leader explained why the

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Certification Committee Article

Shopping for Study Guides By Paul Young, Certification Committee Chair While organized prep classes are generally awesome, they’re not for everybody. Like May flowers are preceded by April showers, the May start of the Midyear HR Certification testing window is

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