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What Goes Down When Minimum Wages Go Up

August 1, 1998
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Against the backdrop of a new study by Economic Policy Institute, Workforce uncovers the real effects of the recent minimum wage hikes on employers' HR practices
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Study Confirms Women Are Still Undervalued

May 1, 1998
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Catalyst published a report about the advancement of women in Corporate America. The findings show the existence of glass walls. These are invisible barriers in the corporate culture itself that keep women from obtaining the jobs with line responsibility that lead to the executive suite.
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5 Myths About Women and Work

May 1, 1998
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A 1991 survey of the 32,000 employees uncovered five myths that stood in the way of women having full representation in senior positions.
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Women Are Still Undervalued Bridge the Parity Gap

May 1, 1998
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Gender parity is long overdue. Today, women's skills and abilities are more valuable than ever -- especially in the higher ranks.
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1998 Service Optimas Award Profile Owens-Corning

February 1, 1998
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The company scrapped its existing compensation and benefits programs and completely overhauled every element of them to create a variable compensation and flexible benefits program that’s tied to performance.
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Whats the Latest in Global Compensation

July 1, 1997
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This special report brings you statistics describing the compensation policies at 370 U.S. multinationals. An expert outlines the latest trends. Benchmark your program against these results.
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Honeywell How Pay Launched Performance

September 1, 1996
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Honeywell's Commercial Avionics Division charged a group of employees to align compensation with business goals. The team's decision to link workers' pay to division profitability got better buy-in because it was employee-driven. It also got results.
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A Utility Aligns Pay With Corporate Change

July 1, 1996
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Southern California Edison realized that with deregulation comes competition-and aligned its pay structure to meet its competitors head on.
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Global Compensation Learn the ABCs

July 1, 1995
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In order for U.S. companies to succeed abroad, one key element is the expatriate's compensation package. HR managers must help ensure that remuneration is fair, but also cost-effective in today's global marketplace.
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