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Workforce Management January 15, 2007

January 12, 2007
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ARINSO SEES ITS HRO OPPORTUNITY
By Jessica Marquez
As some of the larger HR outsourcers become more selective about signing clients, Arinso might have the chance to become a real player in the field. It has made a name for itself as one of just a few global payroll providers, but to be a true HRO contender, Arinso must establish a strong presence in the U.S. That’s something that analysts say it has failed to do so far. Its recent signing of computer networking provider CA, however, might prove to be the turning point.

 
SPECIAL REPORT: EXECUTIVE ED PROGRAMS REBOUND
By Irwin Speizer
 
Non-degree executive education programs and executive MBAs have faced significant challenges in the past six years. They are coming back, boosting enrollment by reaching out to women and offering more distance-learning options. MBA enrollments are up, even as many students have to pay their own way.

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Nardelli’s tear-down job
John Hollon
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Kicking Some Butts at Work
Marriott banned smoking, but didn't stop there. It's helping workers quit. 5 Questions: U.S. Rep. George Miller. Event Calendar: Key conferences and forums. he Hot List: Top safety consultants.  And more.
 
 
 



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