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Workforce Management February 26, 2007

February 26, 2007
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A HEALTH CARE PLAN BACKFIRES AT BOEING 
By Jeremy Smerd
Missteps along the way derailed Boeing’s efforts to create a network of top-quality doctors, unleashing the ire of Boeing’s engineers, their doctors and the engineers’ union. The difficulties underscore the risk and complications employers face when trying to change the health care system, and serve as a cautionary tale for other employers looking to hold doctors more accountable for the health care they provide.

 
SPECIAL REPORT: CONTINGENT STAFFING
A PERMANENT STRATEGY FOR TEMPS
By Fay Hansen
 
As contingent workers become an essential part of the total workforce, more companies are adopting an integrated supply chain approach that cuts costs and boosts flexibility. Nike Inc.’s multimillion-dollar contract with Kelly Services is a good example.
 

 
DOING LIFECYCLE FUND HOMEWORK
By Jessica Marquez
 
The funds are all the rage in the 401(k) industry, but employers need to look beyond the marketing hype and conduct thorough research. The difficulty is that the products are complex and relatively new. Many don’t have three-year track records.
 

The Last Word
Hr's profit imperative
Dr. John Sullivan
  In the Mail
Blasting FMLA expansion
From our readers

 
A Match Made in Defense
Monster and the New York Times Co. fend off a flood of free job listings. The Card-Check Showdown: If the measure makes it through Congress, a White House veto is certain. 5 Questions: Stephen Rhinesmith on guts. Event Calendar: Key conferences and forums. The Hot List: Temporary staffing firms. Data Bank: Labor market mismatch. And more.
 
 
 



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