The Cornell HR Review is a graduate student organization whose primary purpose is to publish a body of human resources (HR) scholarship. It is published periodically throughout the year and is available exclusively online. The volunteer staff comprises professional and doctoral students at both the ILR School and the S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, with student editors making all editorial and organizational decisions. The organization is formally registered with Cornell University as an independent organization.

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Submissions from 2013

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Where’s the Remote? Face Time, Remote Work, and Implications for Performance Management, Alec J. Calvo

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The NLRB’s Social Media Guidelines a Lose-Lose: Why the NLRB’s Stance on Social Media Fails to Fully Address Employer’s Concerns and Dilutes Employee Protections, Schlag Chris

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Workplace Violence: Why Every State Must Adopt a Comprehensive Workplace Violence Prevention Law, Mark I. Haynes

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The Future of Human Resources: A Shift to a Network Driven Approach, Winnie Kwan

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A Comparative Analysis of the Uses of Mediation in the Entertainment Industry, Tim Ostrander

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May the Best (Looking) Man Win: The Unconscious Role of Attractiveness in Employment Decisions, Enbar Toledano

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Hiring and Firing the Mentally and Psychiatrically Disabled: Advice for HR Professionals, Margaret Vroman

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“For a Mess of Pottage”: Incentivizing Creative Employees Toward Improved Competitiveness, Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid

Submissions from 2012

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The Value of Discretion, Blake R. Bertagna

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Preventing Employer Misclassification of Student Interns and Trainees, Bernice Bird

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Disability Employment in the Hospitality Industry: Human Resources Considerations, Kelly Donnelly and Jeffrey Joseph

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Taking Business to a “Hire” Level: Strategies for Workforce Planning, Ashley Meyers

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Educational Leave of Absence: Retaining High-Potential Employees Pursuing MBA Degrees, Ashley Meyers and Sarah Edwards

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The Benefit of Adopting Comprehensive Standards of Monitoring Employee Technology Use in the Workplace, Karin Mika

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The Right to Religious Accommodations in Pension Plans, Beverly I. Moran

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The Impact of the “Dukes” Case on Retail Employers, Natalie Bucciarelli Pedersen

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The Duplicity of Talent: A Delicate Balance of Critical Leadership Competencies, Michael Randolph

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Determining HR Knowledge, Skill and Ability (KSA) Gaps Through Interaction with the Organizational Talent Pool, Ryan Starkweather

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Transformational Leadership in the Coming Decade: A Response to Three Major Workplace Trends, Emily Tuuk

Submissions from 2011

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Changing Demands: The Workforce of Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, Matthew Burr and Adriane McGraw

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A Human Resources Perspective From the C-Suite: American Express, Lisa Chen

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The Changing Workforce, Lisa Chen

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Human Factors in Information-Age Trade Secret Protection, Dan Elbaum

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Australia's solution to disability discrimination enforcement, Paul Harper, Ben French, and Richard Bales

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Driving Innovation During Times of Growth, Meghana Komati, Winnie Kwan, and Wesley Au-Yeung

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Forward-Thinking: HR's Path To Improving Its Worth, Christopher G. Lee

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HR: More Than a Glorified Party Planner, Samuel D. Merkley

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Training Ethical Decision Makers, Dana M. Radcliffe

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Creating Stronger Diversity Initiatives in Employment Settings, Evan M. Roberts

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Advancing student achievement through labor-management collaboration, Josie J. Trine

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Making 'Cents' of Temps: The Costs and Benefits of Contingent Workers, Chelsea E. Vandlen

Submissions from 2010

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Navigating the Labor Market in China: Enhancing Expatriate Effectiveness, Michelle Atkinson, Ann M. Kubricky, and Nathan J. Sheranian

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M&A Considerations for HR, Lisa Chen

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A Heroic Profession, Jonathan E. DeGraff

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Single-System Expatriate Compensation, Jonathan E. DeGraff

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The Changing Environment of Professional HR Associations, Jonathan E. DeGraff

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Winners Announced for Inaugural Essay Competition, Jonathan E. DeGraff

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The Business of Human Resources, Kurt R. Fischer

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Strategic HR: Outsource Yourself?, Evan M. Fowler-Guzzardo

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Effective Employee Incentive Plans: Features and Implementation Processes, Allison A. Gordon and Jennifer L. Kaswin

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Talent Management in a Turbulent World, Winnie Kwan

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Managing Psychopathic Employees, Mitchell B. Langbert

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Motivating Employees in R&D, Ryan B. McAllister and Chelsea E. Vandlen

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Building A Green Collar Movement, Robert E. Picone

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Leading During Uncertain Times, Robert E. Picone

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Combatting Skepticism Towards HR, Joshua D. Rosenberg Daneri

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When Gender, Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Domestic Violence Come to Work, Joshua D. Rosenberg Daneri

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A Fine Balance: Effectively Managing Growth and Contraction, Nathan J. Sheranian

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Three Strategies for Managing through Economic Change, John Sherman

Submissions from 2009

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The Executive Pay Drama: From Comedy to Tragedy, David J. Cherrington