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CEOs Talk to Their Peers

June 1, 1997
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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Call Centers HR Managers Unplug

April 1, 1997
More time in a day? Sounds like a dream. Call centers, however, allow employees to do one-stop shopping for HR services. Better yet, they liberate managers from being only transactional agents to more long-term thinkers. Here's how.
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Process Your Payroll Electronically

March 1, 1997
Thanks to the Internet, companies now can zap financial data off to a bureau. Once there, the service can handle payroll calculations, spit out transaction reports, issue paychecks or manage direct deposits, complete year-end tax filing and more.
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Multi-part Special Leverage the Power of the Internet

March 1, 1997
The Internet is your most efficient tool for communication, your best source for the latest information, your most effective vehicle for recruitment. But are you using it to your full advantage? You may be surprised to learn how many ways the Internet can make your job easier. Workforce challenges you to explore the possibilities.
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Reengineer Workflow Using Intranet Technology

March 1, 1997
Plastering an intranet site with existing HR content can prove a big winner. It can slash phone calls and paperwork and allow HR to use personnel in a far more strategic role. But companies that stop here may be missing some of the biggest gains offered by self-service technology.
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Kaiser's HR Services Get a Shot in the Arm

September 1, 1996
After a recent survey, Kaiser Permanente discovered HR was spending $42 million annually to service the needs of 30,000 employees—yet only 31% were satisfied customers. Learn why and how services changed from the vice president of HR.
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Under Fire at the LAPD

April 1, 1996
Perhaps no other police force in the world is as well-known as the Los Angeles Police Department. Amid all the recent turmoil from high-profile cases, one thing is clear. The city's future depends on the LAPD's ability to adopt successful human resources
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