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Block inadvertent bias from creeping into reviews. (2011). The HR Specialist, 9(2), 6.
Calvasina, G. E., Calvasina, R. V., & Calvasina, E. J. (2010). Complying with the fair labor standards act (FLSA): A continuing legal challenge for employers. Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues, 13(1), 39–52.
Craig, M. D. (2010). Did you Twitter my Facebook(R) wall? Social networking, privacy employment law issues. Louisiana Bar Journal, 58(1), 26–29.
Cravens, K. S., Oliver, E.G., & Stewart, J.S. (2010). Can a positive approach to performance evaluation help accomplish your goals? Business Horizons, 53(3), 269–279.
Fitzpatrick, W. M., & DiLullo, S. A. (2010). The 5Cs of U.S. employment law: Human resource management lessons for U.S./foreign corporations and their subsidiaries. Competition Forum, 8(2), 203–219.
Hawkesby, M. (2011). virtual darwinism: employees' use of social media and employment law implications. Human Resources Magazine, 16(2), 24-25.
He said/she said: Gauging credibility in harassment cases. (2011). HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law, 6(5), 4.
Hsieh, Y. H., & Chen, H. M. (2011). Strategic fit among business competitive strategy, human resources strategy, and reward system. Academy of Strategic Management Journal, 10(2), 11–32.
Janove, J. (2011). Becoming a compliance coach. HR Magazine, 56(8), 79–82.
Janove, J. (2011). Reviews—Good for anything? HR Magazine, 56(6), 121–126.
Johnson, P., & Milich, V. (2011). Won't You Be My Partner?. Chief Learning Officer, 10(8), 34-37.
Koen, C. M., Jr., & Mitchel, M. S. (2010). Supervisors’ checklist for termination/discipline. SuperVision, 71(7), 3–6.
Lawler III, E. & Boudreau, J. (2009). What makes HR a strategic partner? People & Strategy, 32(1), 14-22. /a>
Lawsuit-proof your organization: 20 practical tips from your HR peers. (2011). HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law, 6(3), 7.
Lype, B.E. (2011). Employment Law and New Technologies Emerging Trends Affecting Employer. Tennessee Bar Journal, 47(5), 20–29.
McCreary, J. A., Jr. (2010). Social media symposium: Social networking and employment law. Pennsylvania Bar Association quarterly, 81(2), 69–80.
Moore, M., & Furlong, R. (2010). Human resources as a profitability factor. Human Resources Magazine, 15(1), 14–15.
Mueller, J. R., & Baum, B. (2011). The definitive guide to hiring right. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 12(3), 140–153.
Powell, F. (2010). social media and employees. Human Resources Magazine, 15(1), 24-25.
Russell, J., & Russell, L. (2010). Talk Me Through It: The next level of performance management. T+D, 64(4), 42–48.
Sclafane, S. (2011, March). Do you work with A jerk? National Underwriter. P & C, 115(11), 14-15.
Secunda, P. M. (2010). Labor and Employment Law [Review of the book Regoverning the workplace: From self-regulation to C-regulation]. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 64(1), 203–205.
Stemmet, L., & Stemmet, F. (2010). Human resources: Strategic talk…making it real. Human Resources Magazine, 15(4), 30–31.
Stone, K. V. W. (2009). A labor law for the digital era. Employee Responsibilities & Rights Journal, 21(2), 145–161.
Tranfa-Abboud, J. (2010). An alternative approach to a critical issue in employment: Identifying and correcting potential disparities in employee selections before they happen. Employee Relations Law Journal, 36(3), 54–64.
Yamada, D. C. (2010). Employment law as if people mattered: Bringing therapeutic jurisprudence into the workplace. Florida Coastal Law Review, 11(2), 257–288.
Younger, J., & Cleemann, C. (2010). Growing your HR brand. Strategic HR Review, 9(4), E,E2–E5
Younger, J., Younger, A., & Thompson, N. (2011). Developing the skills of HR business partnership: Consulting and change management. Strategic HR Review,10(1), 6–14.
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