Effectively immediately members can read the CAI newsletter without having to login into myCAI to do so. You'll receive the same weekly news email as always, except starting Monday when you click a link to read the article you won't have to login. You can also forward that email to others in your organization and they will not have to login either to read the article. We made this change in response to great member feedback we've received over the last year. Until recently we were unable to oblige the requests but a recent software upgrade made this change possible.
For those of you that go directly to myCAI to read the news, instead of clicking the email links, nothing will change. The newsletter is in the same place it's always been. Any shortcuts you have created to our newsletter will work fine.
One side effect we've noticed is that sometimes if you go directly to the myCAI site you may see the words "Login" in the upper right corner. We're working to resolve this issue. If you see this icon, just press login and you'll automatically be logged in.
BTW, myCAI will be getting a significant face lift in the coming weeks to make it more streamlined and easier to use. Look for more information on that change soon! You can see a sneak peak of the new home page below...
Recent News Articles
ALERT: YOU CAN NOW READ THE CAI NEWS WITHOUT LOGGING IN!!
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Two Basic Things Employees Need From Their Boss
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FLSA's "Hot Goods" Provision
The Journey of an HR Business Partner: Where Are You?
Preparing for the USDOL's New Overtime Rule
Keys to an Effective Performance Incentive Program
The FLSA's Nursing Mother Amendment
Telecommuting Should Be Carefully Planned
Talent Management: Processes, execution trump fancy systems
The Six Most Common Talent Management Mistakes
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Using HR Metrics to Drive Business Results through Talent
Handwritten Notes Trump Computer Note-Taking for Retaining Information
Leading a Millennial Workforce
Return to Standard Time November 1st
Welcome New Association Members - September
Fixing a Broken Performance Management System - Part II
Two New Bills Signed by Governor McCrory: Unemployment, National Guard Rights
Are You a Micromanager or Macromanager?
Politics at Work: Respect in a Diverse Workplace
How to Grow Organizational Capabilities by Creating a Learning Culture
Fixing a Broken Performance Management System - Part I