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Reflexite Corp. Share the Pain to Share the Gain

June 1, 1996
Financial health is what most companies strive for. But there are times when every company has its dip into the red. Reflexite Corp. knows exactly what to cut during downturns-salaries, work schedules and raw materials. People cuts are used only as a last resort.
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Duke's Newest Power Tool

June 1, 1996
To stay alive in a deregulated utility market, Duke Power Co. had to develop a new workforce-planning process that would utilize current skills, but also help grow competencies needed for the future. What it came up with was simple, yet effective-and makes sense for today's rapidly changing businesses.
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Insourcing Saves Jobs at Harman

June 1, 1996
Facing a crunch, you ask employees to work harder and faster-and productivity soars. Now you know the same work can be done with fewer employees. What next? Most companies would answer: layoffs. Instead, Harman devised a plan to keep workers and productivity.
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What Does the Glass Ceiling Cost You

November 1, 1992
Most companies today that try to give equal opportunities to women still discriminate unintentionally. The measurable losses can reach 1%of the total operating expenses. How much is discrimination costing your company?
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