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ALEXANDRIA, Va. – With the search and retention of good qualified employees a credit union priority, many will be turning to human resource departments for answers. A recently released study by the Society for Human Resources Management finds it won’t be easy for HR personnel as they will be facing different challenges in the years ahead. Technology, diversity and political agenda will be the top three factors affecting HR departments. An increased impact is particularly expected from Hispanics, women, Baby Boomers, and `’Generation Y”, which consists of those born between 1977 and 1997. Here are SHRM’s top 10 workplace trends: 1)

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