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State of the Society Strong, SHRM CEO Tells Volunteer Leaders
SHRM is in strong financial shape, it has achieved a record number of professional members and its student membership is up nearly 5 percent, Henry G. “Hank” Jackson, CPA, SHRM president and CEO, told approximately 800 participants at SHRM’s Volunteer Leaders’ Summit.

SHRM Foundation Announces Innovation Award Winners
Five SHRM chapters and one SHRM state council are taking home trophies as winners of the new SHRM Foundation Innovation Award.

Mary Otto Named 2015 Meisinger Fellowship Winner
Mary K. Otto, SHRM-SCP, is the recipient of the 2015 Susan R. Meisinger Fellowship for Graduate Study in HR.

Flat Salary Increase Budgets Spur Promotions for Pay Raises
Although the economy is improving and the job market is more robust, salary increase budgets for U.S. companies continue to show few signs of growth.

How Automation Will Change the Face of Work
While we may be far from a world where machines will replace working humans, 45 percent of work activities could be automated using existing technology, according to a new report by McKinsey & Co.

OSHA Issues Draft Guidance on Anti-Retaliation Training
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued draft guidance on how to roll out anti-retaliation programs correctly.

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