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Employee And Human Resources Representative In Meeting

Confidentiality is a foundational element of many professions, particularly those covered by legal regulations regarding privileged communication, such as doctors and lawyers.1 Human resources professionals, however, are subject to a somewhat more complex set of demands and expectations regardin...

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Developing a Plan to Keep your Career Moving Forward

Having a focused, attainable HR professional development plan that is tuned in to your industry and personal goals is essential to keeping up in this fast-paced and dynamic field. Though you can’t be an expert in everything, HR professionals are...

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One of the greatest benefits of pursuing careers in human resources (HR) is that it's an exceptionally broad field with many different paths for success. Whether you’re trying to figure out how to start a career in HR or you've been working in HR for years, you'll be able to find and follow your own...

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Student Spotlight: Natalia Hernandez (MJ '19)

What happens when you land your dream job? You set your sights even higher.

During her first year in Tulane University Law School’s online Master of Jurisprudence in Labor & Employment Law (MJ-LEL) program, Natalia Hernandez started a job...

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Student Spotlight: Erika Hathaway (MJ '19)

Erika Hathaway works in recruiting for a large tech company in Seattle, but she wasn’t always looking for human resources jobs. Erika earned her undergraduate degree in public health. When she was considering her career options, she wanted to fi...

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