Last month, Chicago White Sox first baseman Adam LaRoche made national headlines when he told the White Sox that he was leaving his $13 million baseball career so he could spend more quality time with his son. Moments after he announced his decision to leave on Twitter accompanied by the hashtag #FamilyFirst, an important and […]

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HR Trends to Watch in 2016

February 2, 2016

The watchword for 2016 should come as no surprise: Technology. While HR pros were sidetracked over the last few years by Affordable Care Act and Compliance issues, HR software vendors were busy developing applications serving not just the HR office, but the worker and applicant as well. Meanwhile, legacy HR programs have become – to […]

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Here are 5 emerging HR trends to watch in 2015 and beyond. 1.) Millennial managers. Heaven forfend! But the best of your millennial employees are now beginning to nudge into management in big numbers. Those numbers will expand as baby-boomers continue to retire, unclogging promotion pipelines and creating opportunities for meaningful leadership among these younger […]

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