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Guarding the People Factor Behind Prison Walls

June 1, 1997
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HR professionals at the California Department of Corrections not only must do their job well, but live with the possibility that mayhem can occur at any moment. James E. Libonati, assistant deputy director in the Office of Personnel Management describes a
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Inspiration Where Do You Find It

June 1, 1997
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How do we get away while we're on our jobs? The key is to remember that it is possible to restore oneself.
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CEOs Talk to Their Peers

June 1, 1997
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In companies in which HR practices have shown a measurable financial impact, the CEOs understand the value the function brings to the bottom line. What advice do these executives have?
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Pebble Beach Teeing Off With the Right Employees

May 1, 1997
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People are the most important asset, making HR the most important function—no matterwhat the business. Find out the unique challenges faced by his HR leader—and some strategies for handling universal HR issues.
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Rethinking HR Practices

May 1, 1997
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The things that seem illogical, cry out for change or make one crazy hurt us as employees, as people and as HR professionals.
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No One Way To Build HR

May 1, 1997
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Two 75-year-old companies reach HR excellence -- by way of different paths.
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Royal Caribbean Managing Employees as Smoothly as a Cruise

April 1, 1997
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Tom Murrill, vice president of HR for Royal Caribbean, talks about HR's role managing a diverse workforce in a 24-hour operation.
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Integrate HR Can Be a Model of Balance

April 1, 1997
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We preach to our workforce—to balance work and personal life—but we don’t always practice it ourselves
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HR Protects People and Land at Wyland Galleries

March 1, 1997
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Dorothy :Dotsy" Bookout, manager of human resources for Wyland Galleries, talks about what it's like to apply human resources practices in the art industry.
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