January 29, 2015
JUST SAYING NO TO HR OUTSOURCING
By Jessica Marquez
|Schneider Electric North America has opted instead to share services and keep data in-house. Its contrarian stance might not be an option for every employer, but its story demonstrates that companies should assess their unique needs before signing a deal.|
SPECIAL REPORT: MIDMARKET OUTSOURCING
POSITIONED TO TAP SAVINGS, ANALYTICS
By Fay Hansen
|Midsized employers like Catalina Restaurant Group may be best positioned to tap comprehensive HR outsourcing for a standardized, integrated approach that generates significant cost savings and superior analytics.|
DEMOCRATS TRY A BUSINESS BOND
By Mark Schoeff Jr.
|A proposed “grand bargain” with the corporate community may hinge on how employers react to such workforce measures as a bill that would ease the formation of unions. So far, the reception for the plan is chilly, to say the least.|
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