October 24, 2014
Stories by Jeremy Smerd & Mark Schoeff Jr.
|Republican presidential candidate John McCain sees tax breaks for the future of health care in America. Meanwhile, Democratic nominee Barack Obama favors a national health plan and insurance exchange to broaden coverage. Either proposal could have negative consequences for employers.|
Top-paid Woman In HR Fiscally Fit
|Martha Burger, the top-ranked woman on Workforce Management’s annual list of the highest-paid HR executives, says her background in finance has helped raise HR’s standing with her company.|
Give ’em a Break ... or Get Sued
Storiesby Patrick J. Kiger
|Employers are being slapped with lawsuits, costing them millions of dollars in some cases, by employees who say they are being compelled to work through their meal breaks.|
Dave Ulrich on Culture Change
|To implement a new brand, says the University of Michigan business professor, leaders need to start determining how they want their best customers to see their organization.|
The Last Word
Dr. John Sullivan
From our readers
|Market Drowns Stock Options|
Huge corporate losses putting the once-lucrative perk deep underwater. Commuter Aid Becomes A Must: San Francisco OKs ordinance mandating employee transit options. Automatic Jobs: Plants making Toyota trucks and SUVs idling, yet their workers keep busy.5 Questions: 401(k)s alone may not add up. Legal Briefings: Guns at work; noncompetes. Event Calendar: Key conferences and forums. The Hot List: Health care providers. Data Bank: Recession canceled.
June 9, 2008