By David Shadovitz and Andrew R. McIlvaine
As the talent-acquisition field continues to undergo changes, the 2016 Recruiting Trends and Talent Acquisition Technology Conferences gave attendees the opportunity to learn directly from experts and network with their peers.
NAHR Fellows Look Forward
By Mark McGraw
Members of the National Academy of Human Resources' Class of 2016 discuss the attributes HR executives will need to succeed in the future.
Communication is Key
By Jennifer Benz and Rita Harris
In a world of benefits challenges, getting the word out about what you offer is the most important step you can take toward ensuring a successful benefits program.
The NLRB's (Slow) Right Turn
By James R. Redeker
Employers now have an expectation that corrections will be made to bring sanity and predictability back to the National Labor Relations Board after eight years under the Obama administration. But change will take time.
What to Know About Sponsoring Foreign Nationals
By Matthew S. Dunn
President Donald Trump is moving quickly on his promise to reform American immigration laws. His next target will be employment-based visas and here's what HR leaders need to know.
6 Tips to Increase Employee Engagement
By Sreeni Kutam
Here's how HR professionals can ensure engagement becomes a personal experience for employees while also creating a work environment that fosters highly engaged workers.
Understanding the Revised I-9 Form
By Dina Weinstein
For employers of foreign national employees that may be subject to increased worksite inspections and I-9 enforcement during the Trump administration, understanding policy changes and ensuring ongoing compliance is critical.