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Raytheon Professional Services iOptimas Winner-i for Global Outlook

December 11, 2009
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The global provider of learning services adapts its array of training tools for new overseas markets as clients pursue international expansion.
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Watson Wyatt Opens Office in Dubai

November 21, 2007
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Consultant intends to initially focus on human capital and strategic reward consulting and hopes to build a team of 20 to 30 consultants during the next 12 months.
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Monster Inks Deal Targeting Hispanic Marketplace

November 8, 2007
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Some 1.8 million of Monster’s registered job seekers identify themselves as Hispanics. The company decided it was important to make a formal push into the market due to strong demand from clients.
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Finding the Best and the Brightest

March 23, 2007
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One of the most important steps that Infosys has taken is creating a global brand. Having a name that is recognized internationally enables the company to attract young talent from top-tier schools all over the world.
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Employers Sending More Women on International Assignments

November 8, 2006
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Employers are sending more female workers on international assignments than ever before, according to a report from Mercer Human Resource Consulting. The study looked at 100 multinational companies with about 17,000 male and female employees working overseas.
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Sun's Shining Example

March 1, 2005
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The computer workstation and software manufacturer's worldwide commitment to virtual work arrangements and flextime has slashed costs while bolstering productivity and employee satisfaction.
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Many People, One Mattel

March 1, 2004
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The toy maker has 25,000 employees in 36 countries. It sells its products in 150 nations. Its leadership and development programs help employees feel that they are part of "one Mattel company."
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Monical's Piping-Hot Idea

March 1, 2004
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The small pizza chain saw that an economic downturn and voracious competition could destroy it. Management at the Bradley, Illinois, chain knew that, with 37 company-owned stores and 18 franchises, it would need a creative strategy to compete with large, well-financed companies during the coming economic downturn. So it remade itself from top to bottom, reaping big monetary and retention benefits.
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Technology Is Holy in the Ancient Land of Israel

January 15, 2004
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Todd Raphael traveled across much of Israel, including Tel Aviv, the Old City of Jerusalem, the northern mountain city of Safed, and the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea. In this ancient place, where you can still find Bedouin nomads roaming the land and camels nibbling on crops, the workforce is remarkably futuristic.
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