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Workforce Management December 10, 2007

December 10, 2007
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A Year in Review
Stories by Jeremy Smerd
From the General Motors-United Auto Workers agreement that effectively ended retiree health care to the ascent of social networking technology, here are the stories that changed the workforce management landscape this year.

Legal Rulings Make Their Case
by Matthew J. Heller
Some areas of life are made for litigation. The workplace is one of them. Sometimes the employee wins, other times it’s the employer. Here’s a review of 2007’s top legal rulings
likely to have the greatest impact on the workplace. 

The New HR Organization
by Dave Ulrich
Increasingly diversified businesses require more complex human resources operations, Dave Ulrich contends. Here, the author and consultant breaks down the roles today’s HR departments must fulfill to deliver value.

The Last Word
Bad breakup
John Hollon
 In the Mail
‘Outsiders’ leading HR
From our readers

 Job Sites Fight Hacker Attacks
Group reassures job seekers, employers that online recruiting is safe.  Pension Repairs Appear Unlikely: Despite leadership change, Congress will leave new law intact. Bucking the Trends: Report urges firms to focus on own retiree plight, not national picture. 5 Questions: HR in Latin America. Legal Briefings: ‘No-match’; fiduciary duties. Event Calendar: Key conferences and forums. The Hot List: Dental and vision providers. Data Bank: No padding in this downturn.

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