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The following are guidelines that we ask all contributors to follow when putting together their article(s):
- Opinions and viewpoints should be presented in a manner in which the reader will be able to understand them as such. There should be a clear distinction between personal opinion and verifiable facts.
- Information presented as factual should be independently verifiable. Contributors should not engage in plagiarism or the fabrication of people, events, and quotations.
- Articles should not be self promoting nor promote individuals, companies, products or services in a manner in which profit is to be gained.
- Sources and references should be credited.
- Articles are subject to editing for content and grammatical purposes. Editing should not change the intent of the author nor add material without permission from the author.
- Articles should be submitted to CPHR Alberta within the specified timeline.
- Authors may be asked to make minor revisions to their article for publishing purposes only (i.e., spacing issue). If this occurs, revisions will require a quick turnaround due to publishing timelines.
- Authors are asked to provide a headline – text at the top of the article that captures the essence of their article.
- Articles should consist of between 1500 - 2000 words, however the word count can be adjusted with the authorization of the editor depending on the article topic or content. If you are including a graphic, the specs should be minimum 300 dpi.
- Published articles are eligible for CPD points the first time the piece is published.
Please provide a brief endnote to be displayed at the end of your article, which includes the following:
- Person’s name, title, place of employment
- Business and CPHR Alberta credentials, if applicable
- Email address, phone number or both for readership contact.
|Issue||Theme||Submission Deadline||Print Distribution Date|
|Spring 2017||Change Collective||January 13, 2017||March 1, 2017|
|Summer 2017||HR: Your Strategic Business Partner||March 31, 2017||June 1, 2017|
|Fall 2017||The Multi-Generational Workplace||June 29, 2017||August 29, 2017|
|Winter 2017||Employment Standards and Law||September 27, 2017||November 28, 2017|