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Happy Employees Often Stem from Clear Values

July 28, 2000
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Motivating employees -- and hiring the right ones -- often means achieving a good fit with company values. At MindSpring, they've pieced together 208 words full of commitments to customers, shareholders, and each other.
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Keeping Policies in Line With Company Values

March 21, 2000
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Some hints for practicing what you preach.
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Values Training Spans From Boston to Bangkok

February 1, 2000
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How does a company transfer its own corporate culture to employees halfway around the world without trampling on local customs?
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Employee Values Are Changing Course

March 1, 1998
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Five social trends are emerging among workers in Corporate America. Why businesses must make adjustments to accomodate these changing views.
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Bayer's Values Dictate Its Job-evaluation System

May 1, 1997
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Bayer's Corps.' Value statements, which provide the foundation for its job-evaluation system.
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Bayer Corp. Rating Jobs Against New Values

May 1, 1997
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When Bayer's three U.S. companies merged into one, the firm redesigned its job-evaluation system to fit the company's new vision, values and goals. The new system is helping managers identify and measure competencies the organization needs for future success.
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When Offsite Behavior Clashes With Company Values

May 1, 1997
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A vice president has been heralded as a champion of diversity awareness. But you've been told he doesn't carry this attitude into his personal life. Should you conront him?
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It Takes Values to Capitalize on Change

April 1, 1997
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Manugistics Inc. is a small technology firm competing with the big guns for talent. In addition, the company has gone global and lost two of its original founders. It has doubled the employee headcount and been through several acquisitions. Through it all
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Cherokee Nation When Native Values Drive Survival

February 1, 1997
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Nearly 159 years have passed since the Trail of Tears. Today, the Cherokee Nation is a thriving government and organizational enterprise. Its HR faces the challenge of recruiting, training and empowering a tribal workforce—and realizing the long-term visi
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