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1998 Competitive Advantage Optimas Profile Remedy Corp.

February 1, 1998
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Remedy's record growth and profits is tied inextricably to its ability to attract and retain the best employees in the booming Silicon Valley. HR does it better and cheaper than the industry average—and they have fun doing it.
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Targeted Rewards Jump-start Motivation

February 1, 1998
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The days of rewarding employees just for length of service are dwindling. Tying rewards to specific business goals helps motivate employees to better performance.
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Keep Them! Don't Let Your Best People Get Away

August 1, 1997
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Keeping good people is your best shot at strategic staffing these days. Read how competitive companies are bundling their retention efforts to hang on to the employees they need.
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Nine Tips To Help You Keep Good People

August 1, 1997
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Nine tips that will help you focus your retention strategy and achieve your objective.
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It's Costly To Lose Good Employees

August 1, 1997
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Research has shown that the average internal cost of turnover for exempt personnel is a minimum of one year's pay. To obtain a true picture of the cost of turnover, you also have to factor in effects on customer sales and retention.
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1997 Financial Impact Optimas Award ProfileBRFirst Tennessee National Corp

March 1, 1997
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HR has done extensive work to cost-justify its work/life efforts. The numbers prove that the program cuts turnover and helps retain customers.
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When the Recruiters Come Calling

December 1, 1996
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Strategies to combat the recruitment frenzy.
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Low Unemployment Is Causing a Staffing Drought Here's Your Survival Kit

November 1, 1996
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Your need for a higher-skilled workforce is high, but your labor pool is rapidly drying out. Read below for ways to find, attract and retain employees when candidates are scarce.
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Employee Commitment Integrate Workplace Paradox

August 1, 1996
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The employment contract has changed; policies and procedures haven't. With the disparity between the two comes paradox-paradox that thwarts employee commitment as workers and managers struggle to make old systems work with new realities. Although in today's changing environment paradox won't go away, HR can help make it work for all.
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Employee Commitment Which Contract Do You Prefer

August 1, 1996
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My grandfather enjoyed the old contract's lifetime employment, but I don' think he would've found lateral moves, skill-based pay and other terms of the new contract all bad.
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