Emerging Leaders' Approach to Networking
Bowling and karaoke, wine and beer tastings, game nights—one SHRM chapter’s fresh, fun spin on networking for college students and new graduates.
The Employee Handbook: Perennial Headache
Keep it concise, understandable and in line with current laws.
Harsh Interrogations May Draw False Confessions
Using investigators trained in hardball, police-like interrogation tactics can lead to charges of false confessions and to lawsuits.
Attitudes on 'Goofing Off' at Work Change
Technology has changed how we work and completely transformed how we goof off. High-profile sporting events illustrate how workers use employers’ computer networks to participate in office pools and watch games online—on company time.
Not All ‘Likes’ and ‘Friends’ Are Equal
“Friending” subordinates, demanding private passwords and other social-media no-no's.
Boomers vs. Millennials: What Makes Each Happy?
Workplace Gossip: What Crosses the Line?