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  • Elisabeth Harris

    Generations differences and how do these influence...

    Posted in: Leadership - HR D...

    Hello everyone - I am working on a project and am curious what you have seen change in total rewards/benefit offerings due the workplace now having 4 generations in it? Any examples or input you have would be greatly appreciated. This is for a graduate program and for potential implementations in...

  • Chelsea Daneault

    Social media use for compensation and benefits

    Posted in: Benefits - HR Dis...

    Hello everyone, I am working on a research project for my masters program. I am looking for information on how employers have welcomed (or not) social media into their workplace in relation to compensation and benefits. Does your HR department use social media sites to connect with employees?...

  • Dana Wilkie

    Gambling and arguments: Just another January at...

    Posted in: Employee Relations...

    Walk into this place, and you might witness heavy gambling, impassioned arguments and longtime friends taking sides against one another. No, it's not a Wild West saloon. It's what your workplace might look like just before Super Bowl Sunday. Super Bowl XLIX pits the New England Patriots...

  • Michael Melder

    RE:Reminder of non-compete

    Posted in: Legal Issues in HR...

    I would suggest reminding the employee of his or her obligations. This can be a simple letter stating that the employee is bound by a noncompete and attaching a copy. I would also suggest sending a letter to the new employer. Put it on notice.

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    RE:Recruiting diverse populations

    Posted in: Affirmative Action...

    Thanks Kat, i do send my jobs to these sites but i have yet to get even one application from any of them. So frustrating.



  • Jeremy Ames

    Why do we always let our superstars do all the work?

    Even when individual sports figures start to let us down, we can still find valuable lessons in team sports. Last night’s...

  • Roy Maurer

    Coping with Employees’ Mental Illnesses Can Be Challenging

    Each year, more than 41 million Americans experience some type of mental illness. It is very difficult to know how to...


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  1. Roy Maurer
    Roy Maurer

    Society for Human Resource Management
    Alexandria, VA
    United States of America

    536 Points

  2. Dana Wilkie
    Dana Wilkie

    Society for Human Resource Management
    Alexandria, VA
    United States of America

    160 Points

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    Mirjana Huddleston

    Charlottesville, VA
    United States of America

    83 Points