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The Language of Cooperation

February 27, 2004
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Facing a common problem--workers with limited English-reading skills--four book manufacturers joined forces and created a program whose value goes beyond words.
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College Recruiting Goes For Niches

January 30, 2004
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Three years ago, Shell and other companies were working with dozens of colleges, casting a wide net for job candidates. Now, businesses are using objective criteria to narrow down their lists of favorite colleges. Meanwhile, employers are using the Internet for more of their college recruiting. Recruiting costs have dropped, time-to-hire has shortened and acceptance rates have jumped.
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A Recipe for Blended Learning

January 30, 2004
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Like most other e-learning companies, Ninth House promotes the blended-learning approach.
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A Second Act for E-Learning

January 30, 2004
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You remember e-learning: expensive, frustrating, disappointing. And yet, even companies that were burned by their first encounter haven't given up. Spending on e-learning was up 22 percent last year, as companies treat e-learning strategically, with a greater attention to ROI and more awareness of how to use it--and how not to use it.
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Theyre Hired Now the Real Recruiting Begins

January 5, 2004
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The first 90 to 100 days of an employee’s tenure, often called “re-recruiting,” can be the difference between an employee who stays for a decade and one who’s gone before the year is out. Find out what some companies are doing to ensure a smooth first three months, moves that can result in cost reductions of 66 percent.
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Human Resources' Goals Work Best When They're Tied to Company Success

November 26, 2003
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People talk about aligning corporate, departmental and employee goals, but not many actually do it. There are companies, however, that have concrete methods to manage and measure the performance that makes lofty goals a reality.
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Human Resources' Goals Work Best When They're Tied to Company Success

November 26, 2003
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People talk about aligning corporate, departmental and employee goals, but not many actually do it. There are companies, however, that have concrete methods to manage and measure the performance that makes lofty goals a reality.
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They Don't Retire Them, They Hire Them

November 26, 2003
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Faced with business-busting demographic shifts and skills shortages, some organizations have decided the smart move is to recruit and retain workers over 50. Experts say this new older workforce will make it necessary for companies to rethink their approach on everything from recruitment and training to benefits and providing new challenges.
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Creating a Culture

November 26, 2003
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Health First wanted its employees to feel that it was the best place to work. This was the wellspring from which came quality, service and customer satisfaction.
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Creating a Culture

November 26, 2003
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Health First wanted its employees to feel that it was the best place to work. This was the wellspring from which came quality, service and customer satisfaction.
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