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Restaurant Impossible? Eliminating Sexual Harassment in Eateries
October 9, 2014
HR Tech Day 2: HR Analytics Here to Stay, But is Data Reliable?
October 9, 2014
The Last Word: A Chance Meeting in Vegas
October 7, 2014
Poorly Placed Pickles Is an Awful Reason for Discipline
October 6, 2014
Health Care Costs
A Benefit Evolution
October 1, 2014
Background Checks & Investigations
To Tell the Truth: Tales on Catching Tall Tales on Résumés
September 30, 2014
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Weed Out Bad Board Members
October 23, 2002
The author says that boards need to become much more multi-functional, with representation from human resources sitting right next to more traditional finance and operational groups.
Congress, Lies, Stock Options & the Common Worker
June 24, 2002
Senators Carl Levin and John McCain would like to change the way you expense stock options.
Discrimination Against Dads
October 5, 2001
Brent Longnecker wonders whether you're discriminating against fathers, and what you propose to do about it.
Rank & Yank The Problems With Forced Ranking
August 3, 2001
Brent Longnecker says hiring and retaining the right, quality people is a lot more efficient than hiring a large quantity of people to be laid off in slow times, based on ranking systems.
Best Companies to Work For Myth vs. Reality
February 2, 2001
Is this truth, or just good PR?
Boom to Bust, Financial Planning A Must
October 13, 2000
Guest columnist Brent Longnecker says employees are not saving their money, and it’s going to come back to haunt companies when those employees turn 65.
Lessons Learned From the Kursk
August 28, 2000
The Russian naval disaster -- and the mistakes that followed -- shouldn't be similarly repeated in the corporate world, says guest columnist Brent M. Longnecker.