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June 2014

June Cover Package

  • Employee Relations — How the work environment has evolved in the past 50 years in terms of diversity and corporate culture, and what’s trending for the future. Plus, a look at changing attitudes toward marijuana in light of its legalization in some 20 states.

June Features

  • Benefits — Which voluntary benefits do employers and employees value most?
  • Recruiting — A guide to criminal background checks and how to use them most effectively and fairly. Also, targeting and reacclimating the long-term unemployed.
  • HR Technology — Leveraging social media to manage brand and reputation. Plus, advice on how HR professionals can better manage vendor selection and purchasing.
  • Organizational & Employee Development — How one company boosted productivity and engagement by identifying the hidden talents of its employees. And a profile of one organization’s unique approach to employee development.
  • Employment Law — How employers can avoid legal jeopardy with respect to corporate whistleblowers and sexual harassment claims.

June Opportunities

  • Bonus Distribution — More than 18,000 additional issues of HR Magazine will be in the hands of the profession’s most engaged audience at SHRM’s Annual Conference and Exposition (Orlando, June 22-25). Exhibitors, please click here for additional conference opportunities.
  • Recruitment, Education & Training, Talent Management Provider Profiles — Tell your story with a two-page spread featuring your full-page ad as well as your company description, logo and more.
  • HR Technology Buyers’ Guide — A bonus section targeting purchasers and displaying your logo, company description and contact information.

Closes: May 2 | Materials Due: May 7



  • July 2014
    Space Closes: 05/30/2014

    This issue features:

    • Outsourcing Agenda
    • HR Yellow Pages
  • August 2014
    Space Closes: 07/07/2014

    This issue features:

    • Organizational & Employee Development Cover
    • Benefits Communications Agenda
    • Benefits Buyers’ Guide
    • Bonus Distribution at AOM
    • Special Opportunity: Advertiser Impact Study
  • September 2014
    Space Closes: 08/01/2014

    This issue features:

    • Benefits Cover
    • Compensation Agenda
    • HR Technology, Financial/Retirement Provider Profiles
    • Education & Training Buyers’ Guide
    • Bonus Distribution at IPMA, Benefits Management Forum & Exposition, ASHHRA
  • October 2014
    Space Closes: 08/29/2013

    This issue features:

    • Talent Management Cover
    • Retirement Planning Agenda
    • Benefits, HR Technology Provider Profiles
    • Bonus Distribution at SHRM Strategy Conference, SHRM Diversity Conference, Staffing World, HR Southwest
  • November 2014
    Space Closes: 10/03/2014

    This issue features:

    • Rewards & Employee Recognition Agenda
    • Relocation Provider Profile
    • Bonus Distribution at SHRM Leadership Conference
    • Special Opportunity: HR Yellow Pages
  • December 2014
    Space Closes: 10/31/2014

    This issue features:

    • Annual Salary Survey
    • Education & Training Agenda

Contact SHRM Media for more information.

Appearing in Every Issue

HR News

Where HR professionals turn for timely, in-depth coverage of breaking news.  

New Products & Services

A regular feature tackling innovative products and services (organized by category in the online edition).  

Executive Briefing

News and research on evolving strategic HR issues — a monthly must-read for C-suite leaders.  


The latest on ERP, SAAS, HRIS, social networking, cloud computing, software ATS, recruitment tools, and more.  

Legal Trends

Indispensable reporting and analysis on emerging case law, regulations and legislation compiled by a team of legal experts.  

Future Focus

A monthly window on what’s coming next in HR as forecast by SHRM’s highly-respected research team.  

Management Tools

Best practices, techniques and insights for forward-thinking HR professionals.  

HR Solutions

Direct from SHRM’s Knowledge Center — straight answers to some of HR’s most challenging questions.