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<i>Workforce Management</i> April 23, 2007

April 24, 2007
 
Retrained for the Next Career
by Jessica Marquez
Employers facing talent shortages might want to take a page from Michigan and other states where companies are recruiting workers, like Blair Dudley, who are displaced from old-line industries. “While the situation in Michigan is somewhat unique, it shows how thinking creatively can help employers facing workforce shortages,” one expert says. “By forming coalitions, they can raise the visibility of their needs and target other industries.” Also: the hot market for firefighters and military personnel in health care careers.

 
Special Report: Employee Mobility
Popped by the Real Estate Bubble
by Irwin Speizer
The U.S. real estate slump has left relocation managers with too many high-priced homes on their hands, but tight labor markets and the need to get the right workers in the right locations supersede concerns about rising costs. Also: In international relocations, the Middle East has seen a surge of activity. The Iraq war is partly responsible, but so is investment and growth in places like Dubai and the Gulf states.

The Last Word
Take a memo
John Hollon
  In the Mail
No love for Dr. John
From our readers

 
What Drives HR Outsourcing
Vendors say business transformation. But clients say it's big cost savings. The New Fight Over Pay Equity: Supporters say federal equal pay laws for women need to be strengthened. Private Matters: Unions take aim at private equity buyouts and their effect on workers.  5 Questions: The employee satisfaction myth. Event Calendar: Key conferences and forums. The Hot List: Relocation providers. Data Bank: A new performance yardstick. And more.
 
 
 



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