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Don't get frustrated or overwhelmed by the HR challenges you face every day -- get clear, practical "how-to" ideas for managing your workload more effectively . . . and become a better-informed, more confident, more valuable HR professional.

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Clear, ready-to-use HR ideas and advice

Each issue of HR Insight newsletter is packed with must-know information and tips you can use — right now — to tackle all your toughest "in the trenches" HR challenges. It's your direct pipeline to America's best HR practices — delivered to you every month.

With HR Insight, you get 8 fast-read pages brimming with the tips, tools, and real-world advice you need to manage your daily HR workload with new confidence and effectiveness. The kind of all-new effectiveness that will make a real difference to your company and career.


Written by HR and employment-law experts

HR Insight relies upon the experts on its Advisory Board of Editors:

Boyd A. Byers
Attorney, Foulston Siefkin LLP
Wichita, KS
Also is editor of Kansas Employment Law Letter

Carol Hacker
President, Hacker & Associates
Alpharetta, GA

Michael P. Maslanka
Attorney, Ford & Harrison
Dallas, TX
Also is editor of Texas Employment Law Letter

Michael G. McCourt, CHS-III, CTR
Michael G. McCourt Associates, Inc.
Plymouth, MA

Linda Nash
Resilience Strategies
St. Louis, MO

Albert L. Vreeland
Attorney, Lehr Middlebrooks Price & Vreeland
Birmingham, AL
Also is editor of Alabama Employment Law Letter



HR Insight's regular features keep you on top of your profession:

  • "D.C. Insight" delivers a round up of new federal legislation and regulations that are relevant to the HR community.
  • "Check This Out" features quick nuggets of information for HR pros on the go, like useful Web sites, summaries of research reports, interesting workforce statistics and other data snapshots
  • Celeste Blackburn's "Writing Workshop" column helps HR practitioners improve their writing skills, providing quick tips on how to deliver internal messages that employees will read, understand and act upon. Using examples of companywide e-mail messages, hire letters, evaluations, termination notices and other print vehicles used by HR pros, Celeste show you how to generate concise, persuasive content; grammatical pitfalls to avoid; writing powerful openings/closings; proofreading techniques and other ideas for improving core writing skills.
  • "The Talent Manager" column, authored by Carol Hacker, analyzes best practices in talent acquisition and retention, and helps you make sound and defensible hiring decisions, plus it delivers strategies for engaging your workers.
  • "The Office Watch" examines the real-life lessons revealed in the hit NBC show, often of the what-not-to-do variety.
  • "The Balancing Act" offers practical advice on what you can do to help your employees juggle their work and personal lives with agility.

You also get these FREE BONUSES when you subscribe:

  • 4 FREE HRiT issues, covering the latest technology concerns and opportunities facing HR management. You learn about new applications, new techniques, and the legal pitfalls that challenge us in our increasingly wired (and wireless) workplaces.
  • 1 FREE HR Briefing titled Employment Law Issues in the Electronic Workplace, also rushed to you upon payment. Use this 4-page, fast-read briefing to learn exactly what you need to know about "e-recruiting"; monitoring employee e-mail; electronic union organizing; harassment, discrimination, security, and productivity issues related to computers and other electronic technology; and more.
  • 4 additional FREE HR Briefings — one delivered to you quarterly — spotlighting in 4 fast-read pages the precise, step-by-step guidance you need to tackle one particularly tricky HR issue, such as sexual harassment, firing, ADA, or internal investigations.
  • FREE Bonus Tip Sheets . . . periodically inserted into your issue, featuring problem-solving checklists, eye-opening insights into tough HR challenges, and smart new strategies for effectively managing your workforce.


Annual subscriptions for HR Insight are $219 for 12 monthly issues.


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