Editor-in-Chief Mike Prokopeak introduces this year’s Workforce 100 list. Also, an HR history lesson: What stories did HR professionals read in 1965?
Articles by Mike Prokopeak
Stability isn’t the status quo for HR. Change is. Also, a 1945 Workforce article asks if Rosie the Riveter will be “content to return to the unsung tasks of the home.”
Each year, organizations raise their standards and expect more and better practices from their HR departments. And they’re better for it, too.
Editor-in-Chief Mike Prokopeak introduces this years 2018 Optimas Awards winners. Also, a 1961 Workforce article echoes George Orwell’s “1984.”
Editor-in-Chief Mike Prokopeak muses on the impact HR tech has on the HR function. Also, a 2005 story from Workforce takes us back to when the “Big 3” of recruiting dominated the industry.
Editor-in-Chief Mike Prokopeak celebrates our 2018 Game Changers as well as HR professionals in Coral Springs, Florida who responded to February’s school shooting. Also, a 1935 issue of our publication sheds light on what workplace wellness looked like over 80 years ago.
Artificial intelligence for recruiters makes the jump from science fiction to reality at the 2018 SHRM Conference in Chicago.
The second day of the 2018 SHRM Conference featured a call for HR to finds its voice and adapt to a volatile business environment.