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Selling HR How To Get CEO Support

May 1, 1993
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You can have wonderful ideas for HR programs, but if you can't convince the CEO to proceed, they don't mean anything. HR professionals, top executives and management experts who work frequently with CEOs share their observations.
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A Two-component Approach to Compensation

May 1, 1993
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By decreasing base-salary increases and adding lump-sum bonuses, companies can overcome budget and program limitations to link employee pay to performance better.
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A Successful Information Security Program for the Long Run

May 1, 1993
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Among its many duties, the information-security committee should have primary responsibility for both developing and administering the various information-security components of the training and development programs, and other key HR functions.
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A Quality Program Transforms Saco Defense

May 1, 1993
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When the government shut down Saco Defense Inc. because it wasn't meeting quality standards, the company fought back with a TQM program that restored quality, increased production and decreased costs.
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How Motorola Enforces Its Drug-free Policy

May 1, 1993
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Motorola's drug policy is stated simply: "No use of illegal drugs; no use of legal drugs illegally." With the use of a database and random selection, employees will undergo drug screening at least once every three years.
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1993 Competitive Advantage Optimas Award ProfileBRBell Helicopter Textron Inc

May 1, 1993
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Movement of its helicopter manufacturing factory to Canada created a staffing crisis for the company. A creative and aggressive recruitment plan—followed by extensive training—solved the problem.
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Self-insurance Drug Cards Provide Greatest Flexibility

May 1, 1993
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With the continuing introduction of new, expensive medications requires prudent limits on employers' exposure or their inclusion in specific and aggregate insurance. Your company should be able to design a drug card to fit your needs and goals. Here are some things your program should do.
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GE Silicones Used Benchmarking To Develop Its Diversity Program

May 1, 1993
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Used throughout GE Silicones, Best Practices is a program designed to identify successful programs by researching the activities of other leading companies in a particular area. GE Silicones has adapted many of its cultural-diversity policies and programs from the practices of other industry leaders.
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Training Prepares Workers for Drug Testing

May 1, 1993
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Before instituting a random drug-testing program for its 55,000 domestic workers, Motorola trained supervisors to educate their subordinates about the program and manage their concerns.
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