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Articles by Gillian Flynn

Employment Contracts Gain Ground in Corporate America

February 1, 1999
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Employment contracts, confidentiality agreements, and non-compete and non-solicitation clauses aren't just for top dogs anymore. A look at the types of contracts HR managers may consider—and how to make sure they do what they're intended to do.
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Employment Contracts Gain Ground

January 11, 1999
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Employment Contracts Gain Ground
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Experts Explain the Evolution of Diversity Programs

December 1, 1998
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There's a real difference between (affirmative action and diversity), yet oftentimes in training, those aren't distinguished from one another.
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The Harsh Reality of Diversity Programs

December 1, 1998
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Diversity programs are everywhere, but their actual impact is often negligible. What's going wrong?
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TOOL Training Budgets 101

November 1, 1998
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The bottom line on training budgets: work to ensure you're funding the right efforts to keep your company competitive and get it to its future goals.
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The Nuts & Bolts of Valuing Training

November 1, 1998
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Calculating the ROI of training is sometimes simple, sometimes subjective and sometimes not worth the effort.
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Take a Look at the Future Office

November 1, 1998
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Tim Syfert, group manager for Haworth Inc., a furniture company known for creating office innovations, explains where offices came from, where they're going, and a little bit about a growing industry called cognitive ergonomics.
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How Training Mergers Help You

November 1, 1998
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The current merger trend in the training industry signals good news for consumers.
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Will the Year 2000 Bug Leave You Liable

November 1, 1998
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As companies look at the year 2000 issue, HR plays an important role-protecting computerized payrolls, benefits, and 401(k)s from the Y2K problem. In doing so, you'll be protecting your company from lawsuits.
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Supreme Court HIV Ruling Broadens Disability Definition

October 1, 1998
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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that people who are HIV-infected are disabled. The court’s reasoning also expanded coverage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to employees who are having difficulty conceiving children--which has changed thi
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