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IWorkforce Management-i August 14, 2006

August 11, 2006
Related Topics: Wages and Hours, Featured Article
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A LABOR DEBATE
By Irwin Speizer
Competitive pressures have spread the use of illegal labor from its early days in agriculture to nearly every U.S. industry. Will immigration reform let employers meet their needs?

 
WAL-MART PUTS ON A NEW FACE
By Jessica Marquez
 
Wal-Mart Stores Division senior VP Sue Oliver discusses moves to improve communication with workers and bring on some HR reinforcements for store managers.

 
TIME FOR A CHANGE AT KRONOS
By Ed Frauenheim
 
Now that it has taken over hourly workforce specialist Unicru, time-and-attendance veteran Kronos appears poised to become a major player in talent acquisition and management. But the company’s transformation might not be easy.

The Last Word
Let’s lead like Warren Buffett
John Hollon
  In the Mail
ADP’s data, employee fit
From our readers

 
Mercer Facing Trouble in Texas
Insurance authorities probe commissions and rebates passed to clients. 5 Questions: For Jared Bernstein. The Hot List: Top group disability insurers. Data Bank: The free-fall in wages. And more.
 
 
Compensation
TOP DRAWER, NOT TOP DOLLAR
Highly profitable companies like MarineMax skim the cream of the talent pool without locking in larger fixed salary costs.
 

Hiring practices
DIALING FOR A BIG LAWSUIT
Phone interviews and too much small talk can lead to charges of discrimination. ‘Creative’ questions should be the same for all applicants.
 

 


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