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Articles by Brenda Paik Sunoo

Ethical Dilemmas—Then and Now

January 1, 1997
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In today’s complicated world, ethical decisions aren’t always black or white; options often fall into gray areas. Here’s a look at some of the dilemmas personnel directors pondered in the last 75 years, excerpted from the pages of Workforce , previo
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Loafing Employees. Can You Tell Should You Care

December 1, 1996
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Wasting time on the job isn't new. But today-with less job security, new technology and flex-work options-workers have more reasons and temptations to loaf. HR managers, therefore, are creating new guidelines to identify, measure and enforce worker productivity.
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Bancorp Hawaii Racing Toward a New Horizon in Banking

September 1, 1996
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Banks are consolidating—fast. Rather than capsize in a sea of change, Bancorp Hawaii Inc. has extended its reach across the Pacific Islands and the Pacific Rim—thereby enhancing its performance-driven culture, employee benefits and virtual customer servic
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Vacations Going Once, Going Twice, Sold

August 1, 1996
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A growing number of companies are providing buy/sell vacation options. It can help save money, expand employees' time off-and soften the blow of cutbacks. If HR can design and administer a cost-neutral package, is it worth it?
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Positive Discipline -- Sending the Right or Wrong Message

August 1, 1996
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Today's HR professionals are required to have a vast amount of knowledge on a wide array of topics. Let Personnel Journal find the experts to answer questions on the personnel issues important to you. Your colleagues asked: How effective is
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