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Articles by Charlene Marmer Solomon

Foreign Relations

November 1, 2000
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Your new foreign employees need more from you than just the right visa. HR can help them understand the American approach to meetings, deadlines, and why it’s OK to call the boss by her first name.
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Cracks in the Glass Ceiling

September 1, 2000
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Companies are finding ways to keep talented women from quitting. Cultural change, flexible schedules and training for leadership all play a role.
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Unhappy Trails

August 1, 2000
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What can ruin an overseas relocation? Dual-career dilemmas and frustrated "trailing" spouses.
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HR101 Recruiting & Staffing

July 28, 2000
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From suitcase socials at Schwab to rapid-fire employee referrals at DoubleClick, companies are turning to a little ingenuity in their recruiting and retention programs.
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Dont Forget Your Telecommuters

May 1, 2000
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Teleworkers have become a standard group of employees. So why don't we treat them accordingly?
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Repatriation Planning Checklist

March 17, 2000
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Repatriation presents one of the most complex sets of issues facing international human resources managers today. There are guidelines that corporations can follow to positively facilitate the process.
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Putting HR on the Score Card

February 27, 2000
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The challenge to GTE HR managers was tantalizing: find a credible way to measure HR's contribution to the business.
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Ready or Not, Here Come the Net Kids

February 1, 2000
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The latest entrants into Corporate America were raised in the Information Age and will test HR's capacity for cultural change.
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Behavioral Health The Forgotten Benefit

February 1, 2000
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The importance of behavioral health benefits has been swept under the carpet in recent years. Are your employees suffering from this mistake?
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The World Stops Shrinking

January 1, 2000
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Now that globalization is becoming old hat, global HR is learning how to improve its practices from experience.
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