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Strategic Planning

Snapshot: Top HR challenges for the next 10 years

07/21/2016

What are the top concerns in HR offices for the next decade?

Make sure your privacy program has these 5 vital components

07/06/2016
A company’s privacy program needs a strong foundation.

Execs dawdling on OT? Get their attention!

06/22/2016
Having trouble getting senior management to take the new overtime regulations seriously? If executives seem to believe they can wait to get serious, scare them straight with these warnings.

Don’t let succession planning pave the way for discrimination

06/08/2016
Many companies design succession plans so they can spot the next generation of leaders early and develop current employees to their full potential.

Federal budget has treats, tricks for employers

01/29/2016
What do the EEOC, DOL and NLRB have in store with the $1.1 trillion budget bill passed just before the end of 2015?

Tweets & Facebook posts: Must your business save them?

01/16/2016
Having archives of social media postings could help avoid legal trouble.

Visa scrutiny could slow business travel

12/16/2015
International business travelers entering the United States could spend more time clearing immigration, especially if they have visited Iran, Iraq, Sudan or Syria. That’s because of tighter security measures and new restrictions imposed on the visa waiver program passed in the wake of terrorist attacks on Nov. 13 in Paris and Dec. 2 in California.

HR challenges include succession, retention

12/16/2015
Today’s most critical human capital challenges are employee engagement, developing the next generation of leaders and compensation that improves retention, according to HR professionals responding to a new survey by the Society for Human Resource Management.

HR budgets returning to pre-recession levels

11/13/2015
The typical HR department saw its budget rise by 4.2% this year. That’s a slight rise from the past three years, when budget increases ran from 3.6% to 3.9%, but well up from the 2009-2011 recession levels, according to the newly released HR Department Benchmarks and Analysis report from Bloomberg BNA.

Scrutiny of arbitration agreements on the rise

11/13/2015
If you require employees to sign arbitration agreements as a condition of employment, expect more questions from them in light of recent media attention.