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Business Meeting Etiquette Where and When

June 1, 1998
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Employees should never be made to feel uncomfortable because of a meeting’s location and time, and they shouldn’t be responsible for insubordination be-cause of a refusal to meet a boss in a place they consider questionable.
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What Can the Boss Get Away With

June 1, 1998
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The recent decision to throw out Paula Jones' case against President Clinton muddies the meaning of sexual harassment for HR professionals. Or does it?
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Organizational Data Play It Safe

May 1, 1998
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A checklist of things HR can do to better secure your organization’s data.
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A Salting Solution Checklist

May 1, 1998
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What can you do to protect your company from union salting activities? The answers are simple.
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How Secure is Your Data

May 1, 1998
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Today's computer networks pose a very real threat to corporate security. Yet, keeping data safe requires more than technological solutions. It's about policies, procedures and education.
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Covert Union Organizing-Beware the Trojan Horse

May 1, 1998
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Union organizers can legally use deceitful tactics to enter your business. Use caution when hiring, disciplining and firing them.
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Rethink Tuition Policies

May 1, 1998
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If your company spends money on employee tuition reimbursement, outdated policies may increase your costs.
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Consider Do-it-yourself Certificate Programs

May 1, 1998
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Union County, New Jersey, discovered the best kind of tuition-reimbursement program is one tailored for its employees. Certificate programs were the answer. The programs' director explains why they can be your answer too.
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Dear Abby’s Advice on Workplace Romance

April 6, 1998
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Compare your answers with Abigail Van Buren’s responses. Her advice will appear first. Below her advice, read what other Workforce Online visitors replied.
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