<i>Workforce Management</i> September 11, 2006
September 11, 2006
THE VIEW FROM THE TOP OF HR
By Jessica Marquez
|Dennis Donovan talks about his work as Home Depot’s “chief change officer.” Also: The 29 other top-earning HR leaders in public companies—and the role that options play in their pay.|
Special Report: REWARDS & RECOGNITION
By Charlotte Huff
|Effective rewards—ones that are personally significant to the recipient—will not only motivate employees in the short term, but also may help engage them for the long haul. Also, stories on generational savvy in rewards and the lure of the gift card.|
The Last Word
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| In the Mail |
“Snakes” aren’t just in HR
From our readers
Wage Reports A Wake-Up Call
A low-wage economy will hurt businesses in the long term, experts say. Ford: More buyouts could be near. SAP sees growth. The Hot List: Top EAP providers. Data Bank: Race and gender still define pay. And more.
| Workforce planning |
CHANGES COME FROM TRAGEDY
For organizations that lost people on September 11, 2001, the disaster exposed a greater need for leadership development, training and succession planning.
A TIGHT SUPPLY OF SKILLED LABOR
Rapid economic growth, along with cultural and educational factors, make China a seller’s market for managers and other upper-level talent.
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July 31, 2006