<i>Workforce Management</i> Jan. 30, 2006
January 30, 2006
By Michelle V. Rafter
|The company’s large-scale deals vaulted it to the No. 2 player in HRO. Now Convergys must put the contracts into action while serving existing clients.|
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By Jessica Marquez
|By creating agreements with European multinationals, groups are gaining entry into American businesses.|
The Last Word
Workers on board
Ford’s plan will take employee buy-in to work.
| In the Mail |
Readers also comment on aging boomers and forced ranking.
Wal-Mart law redux.
Maryland passes a health care mandate. But will other states follow? Ford job cuts and its tuition offer. The college cash could be a UAW negotiating point in 2007. Criticism for a new diversity data rule. Experts say the rule for federal contractors could hamper creative recruiting. Data Bank: A bigger China will exert labor-cost pressure. Hot List: Largest 401(k) administration. And more.
|Workplace Safety |
Employers fire back at gun law
An NRA measure would allow workers to keep loaded firearms in their cars. Employers see increased danger, costs.
Recruitment & Staffing
‘Poaching’ benefits may outweigh costs
Escaping a vicious cycle.
Training & Development
Steelmaker revives apprentice program
Dofasco’s talent investment.
Talent management systems make inroads
The LMS landscape shifts.