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Articles by Charlene Marmer Solomon

1998 Service Optimas Award Profile Owens-Corning

February 1, 1998
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The company scrapped its existing compensation and benefits programs and completely overhauled every element of them to create a variable compensation and flexible benefits program that’s tied to performance.
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Don’t Get Burned By Hot New Markets

January 1, 1998
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Learn the critical issues to take into consideration as you prepare your recommendations for international assignment destinations.
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Building Relationships in Sweden

October 1, 1997
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Cross-cultural communication is tough. The solution? Learn about the customs of your global colleagues.
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Turn a Blind Eye to the World (At Your Own Risk)

October 1, 1997
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International HR professionals warn that we can't export American practices without first refocusing them. Adopt a global perspective or face the chance of failure.
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Return on Investment What Are Your International Assignments Worth

October 1, 1997
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Until recently, inadequate systems have made calculating cost and value of expatriate assignments nearly impossible. Learn what new tools are available to help, and what factors you should consider.
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Keep Them! Don't Let Your Best People Get Away

August 1, 1997
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Keeping good people is your best shot at strategic staffing these days. Read how competitive companies are bundling their retention efforts to hang on to the employees they need.
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Growing Companies Hit Global Home Runs

June 1, 1997
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Small -- and medium-sized companies increasingly are competing in the global marketplace. Despite limited resources, they're leveraging their power with solid infrastructures, strong communication and outside expertise.
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Travel Tips for the Road

May 1, 1997
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Staying organized at the office while you're on the road.
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HR Postcards Travel Tips From Survivors

May 1, 1997
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HR executives are traveling more, not less. Often demanding and wearisome, out-of-town trips can take their toll on you-and your employees. Here are some smart tips to use before catching your next plane.
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