<i>Workforce Management</i> September 24, 2007

September 24, 2007
HR Can be a Private Equity Player
Stories by Jessica Marquez
The private equity boom may have peaked, but one of its legacies is that investors recognize the value of human resources execs who know their financials and can help overhaul the workforce, revamp compensation and act as a mediator between unions and the company's new owners.

Motivating Workers Worldwide
Stories by Charlotte Huff
In today's far-flung economy, companies need to manage their recognition packages globally while specially tailoring reward incentives for local markets. Awards that are in line with a company's goals are the most likely to ensure a substantial payoff, but organizations expecting to discover immediate results unfortunately may be disappointed. .

The Last Word
HR goes CSI
John Hollon
 In the Mail
Bring on the bully ban
From our readers

 Falling Shares May Spur Lawsuits
Stock-drop suit filed by Countrywide 401 (k) participants might be hint of things to come as the mortgage crisis shakes the economy. Health Care Cut Dicey for Pier 1. Bias Bill Raises Gender ID Issues. New Taleo Tools. 5 Questions: In defense of CEO pay. Event Calendar: Key conferences and forums. The Hot List: Reward and recognition providers. Data Bank: Subprime fallout escalates.

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