October 1, 2014
TOP 5 NEWSMAKERS OF 2006
By Jeremy Smerd
|The writers and editors of Workforce Management look from corporate boardrooms to the halls of government and academia to spotlight the people who had the greatest impact on the workforce over the past year. These five have wrought changes in pensions, compensation, benefits and workplace ethics.|
DATA BANK ANNUAL 2006
By Fay Hansen
|In nearly two dozen pages of charts, see the most significant trends in six key data categories. An opening essay highlights the global nature of workforce management today.|
The Last Word
| In the Mail |
In defense of ATS
From our readers
The End of HRO "Lift and Shift"
The BP-Hewitt breakup has lessons for other HRO buyers and sellers. Seeing a Surge in Call Centers: Guatemala is a hot spot, thanks to Hispanic-oriented U.S. businesses. TSA Officers Performed Well: The agency says engaged workers made for smoother holiday travel. And more.
| Executive education |
UNIVERSITIES ARE PUT TO THE TEST
Amid pressure to demonstrate strategic results, corporate education programs are placing greater demands on their academic partners.
Recruiting & Staffing
THE NEGLIGENT HIRING TRAP
Superficial screening leaves employers open to lawsuits when an employee harasses a co-worker, assaults a customer or steals confidential information.
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October 23, 2006