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Sunday Ads Can't Compete

January 8, 2002
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Compared with the few and mediocre responses garnered from newspaper ads, Internet recruiting was the answer for this small non-profit association.
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Sunday Ads Can't Compete

January 8, 2002
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Compared with the few and mediocre responses garnered from newspaper ads, Internet recruiting was the answer for this small non-profit association.
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The Thrill of the Hunt

January 8, 2002
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Amazon.com posts ads on several job-placement sites, in addition to actively searching the Web for resumes.
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The Thrill of the Hunt

January 8, 2002
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Amazon.com posts ads on several job-placement sites, in addition to actively searching the Web for resumes.
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Integrated System Paid for Itself in Days

January 8, 2002
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By merging payroll and HR systems, AnnuityNet eliminated a $30,000 expense from the annual budget, which amounted to 1 percent of payroll.
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Payroll Department Reduced by 75 Percent

January 8, 2002
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Data on absenteeism, labor turnover rates, and vacation time is helping Todhunter International plan for the future and create a more positive work atmosphere for employees.
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A Nightmare of Paperwork

November 9, 2001
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The average temp at Parker changes enrollment status three to four times a year.
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Baby Steps Ease Transition

November 9, 2001
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Cabrini college is making the transition to the Web in small steps to make sure employees are comfortable with the change.
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Web-Based Tool Built In-House

November 9, 2001
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All of Prudential's 37,000 employees had to re-enroll with one of 150 new providers - or their insurance would be canceled. To replace paper-based forms, the company built a $500,000 Web-based enrollment application.
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Only the Most Flexible Survive Downsizing

October 14, 2001
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Even with the smaller staff, the time spent teaching clients has been cut in half.
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