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Survey Reveals Alarming Lack of Generational Workplace Interaction

July 30, 2008
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It doesn’t necessarily call for mentoring of younger workers by older workers, but rather collaboration on projects in which older and younger workers feel as if they’re both contributing to business goals.
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A Tipping Point for Starbucks

March 28, 2008
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There’s more at stake than money in a recent court decision that ordered Starbucks to pay California baristas more than $100 million in back tips and interest. The ruling undercuts the company’s image as a fair and cooperative place to work. Starbucks is fighting back.
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When It Comes to Marketing and PR, the Web Rules

February 10, 2008
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Web 2.0 tactics, such as online pay-per-click advertising, blogging, podcasting and press releases, will be used for the first time this year by about one-fourth of smaller HR product and service suppliers to generate leads. Larger vendors, which are those with $50 million or more in annual revenue, ‘remain laggards,’ according to a survey on HR marketing trends.
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Florida Hospitals Find Wealth of Talent Among People Over 50

October 10, 2007
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For the second year running, two hospitals near Orlando have been named by AARP as among the country’s best 50 employers of workers over 50.
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Stamping Out Workplace Bullies

July 13, 2007
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Bullying is blamed for unnecessarily creating high costs of turnover, insurance claims and thwarted productivity. And anti-bullying bills keep cropping up in state legislatures. But employer attorneys say the way to deal with bullies at work is through existing harassment policies and statutes, not by enacting new laws.
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Tech Worker Job Satisfaction Low

September 26, 2006
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More than half of technology workers recently surveyed aren’t happy with their jobs and are “actively searching for new opportunities,” according to the Computing Technology Industry Association.
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L.A. Airport Breaks Free of Centralized Hiring System

September 12, 2006
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In March, the federal government decided to decentralize the recruiting job for transportation security officers following hiring difficulties at Los Angeles International Airport.
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Restive Workforce Less Satisfied But Not Yet Ready Change Jobs

August 18, 2006
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Employees in the corporate world aren’t exactly happy campers these days, according to a newly released national survey that shows lower job satisfaction compared with a year ago. This year, employers are being looked upon to provide their staffs with better pay and health insurance, as well as flexible work hours. But if such conditions don’t change, the underlying workforce frustration could leave more openings for job recruiters.
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More Employees Go Abroad as International Operations Grow

June 21, 2006
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Multinational companies, needing to fill skills gaps at their international branches, are handing out more global job assignments.
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Global Views in Retirement's Future

May 10, 2006
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A new study finds a global desire by workers to have a productive and self-sufficient retirement, but that business has been slow to help them realize those wishes.
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