July 24, 2014
GOING FOR A WIN IN MACAU
By Gina Ruiz
|Wynn Resorts reworked its mass-hiring approach in order to staff its new hotel-casino in this Asian gambling destination. What works in Vegas sometimes has to stay in Vegas.|
Special Report: RETIREMENT BENEFITS
By Jessica Marquez, with Mark Schoeff Jr.
|At long last, pension reform has been passed and signed into law. But that’s just the beginning for companies with defined-benefit plans. Meanwhile, companies with 401(k)s are learning that auto-pilot plans are but one step toward retirement security.|
The Last Word
Vipers in your midst
Dr. John Sullivan
| In the Mail |
Safety nets, interviews, HR jobs
From our readers
Hewitt Says It's Staying in HRO
It is "firmly committed," despite some dismal financial results. Delivering a Streamlined HR. Teamster Temper. 5 Questions: For Edward Kelley. The Hot List: Top safety consultants. Data Bank: Job growth hits the wall. And more.
| Compensation |
NIGHT OF THE LIVING WAGE
It’s a real-life horror story for big-box retailers in Chicago. And a scary mix of living wage and required benefit laws could be coming to your state or city soon.
KATRINA’S LEGACY FOR EMPLOYERS
The catastrophe has wrought changes not only in emergency plans, but in the very way some organizations structure their businesses.
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