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Workforce Management July 23, 2007

July 20, 2007
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He Made Welch a Believer in HR
by Jessica Marquez
Veteran GE people chief Bill Conaty shares how he got one of HR’s harshest critics—and the larger corporate world—to recognize human resources as an important business partner. Also, the backstory of GE’s CEO succession.

A National Job Bank’s Bitter End
by Ed Frauenheim
In closing America’s Job Bank, the country’s first national job site, the U.S. Department of Labor cited outdated technology and duplication of private-sector sites. But evidence, including a DOL report, argued for its preservation.

Troubles With Source of Hire
by Gina Ruiz
Many companies are spending huge sums of cash to advertise job openings using flawed source-of-hire information. But steps can be taken to trace the path of the best recruits.

The Last Word
Job Bank heist
John Hollon
 In the Mail
Take a hard look, HR
From our readers

 A Sin Tax on Health Benefits?
One company says it will charge smoking and overweight workers more. Immigration's Cloudy Future: Will verification and H-1B visas return as separate legislative measures? The Private Life: After going private, software maker Kronos pursues overseas growth.  5 Questions: A drug maker’s business formula. Legal Briefings: RICO trouble; arbitration. Event Calendar: Key conferences and forums. The Hot List: Applicant tracking systems; Employee assistance programs. Data Bank: A better year for budgets.

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