Alicia Smith

About Alicia Smith

I am the product manager for XpertHR US, a Reed Business Information product, with responsibility for customer-driven product strategy, planning and development.

Prior to joining XpertHR, I was a legal editor at RBI’s sister company, LexisNexis, where I worked to develop new content and customer-focused solutions in the LexisNexis litigation, international and alternative dispute resolution product lines.

Before joining LexisNexis, I practiced law as a civil litigation associate at the firm now known as Morvillo, Abramowitz, Grand, Iason & Anello, PC, in New York City.

Email : alicia.d.smith@xperthr.com
Twitter: asmith343

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Tools HR Can Use to Detect Lies During Investigations

HR professionals, probably more often than they would like, find themselves having to determine whether an employee is telling the truth, particularly during an internal investigation where they are being presented with several versions of the same event. Enter former… continue
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SHRM Annual 2017: When HR Goes Marching “All In”

Perhaps it was the Jazz riffs greeting us as we made our way through the conference halls, or this year’s theme and call to action for HR to go “All In” regarding their commitment to the HR profession, but SHRM’s… continue
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XpertHR Puts Users in the Driver’s Seat on Product Development

In a company that highly values innovation with a constant stream of ideas from a combination of internal and external channels, often we find ourselves having to choose between several proposals for new site enhancements that all seemingly have merit.… continue
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Classification Headaches? XpertHR Has the Remedy

It is often said that “good things come to those who wait.” However, when it comes to  wage and hour compliance, it is becoming increasingly clear the time to act is now. In fact, waiting could put an employer in… continue
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SHRM 2015: How Does HR Thrive?

It was record-breaking attendance at this year’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)’s 2015 Annual Conference in Las Vegas. Nearly 16,000 registered attendees (myself included) braved the hot desert sun – and seemingly endless references to “a dry heat”-  to… continue
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