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NLRB Seeks to Supersize its Joint-Employer Standard
July 30, 2014
A Currency Exchange: Don't Get Tripped Up by International Compensation Practices
July 28, 2014
'Unionism' Should Not be a Title VII Protected Class
July 28, 2014
Customer Preference and Race Discrimination: When the Customer Isn’t Right
July 24, 2014
Orange is the New Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
July 23, 2014
Caught on Video: Companies Use Audiovisual Methods To Reel in Candidates
July 22, 2014
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Avoiding Sexual-harassment Problems with Temporary Workers
April 6, 2001
While sexual harassment of temporary workers might not be an everyday occurrence, by not addressing the issue in advance, you may have some surprises in store for you down the road.
Serving Up a New Level of Customer Service at Quebecor
March 26, 2001
Optimas 2001 - Competitive Advantage: A training program at the world's largest printing company might include cooking and climbing.
Thinking Outside the Box at The Container Store
February 28, 2001
Optimas 2001 - General Excellence: HR is at the heart of a thriving business with great retention, strong training, and high pay.
Make it Your Business to Write Clearly
September 22, 2000
Good writing means being clear, not sugarcoating the facts, and avoiding 'corporatespeak.'
“Super-Critical” Management Skills for an Economy in Hyperdrive
September 1, 2000
To be a high-impact player these days, a manager needs a fast-track development plan that includes these six characteristics.
Health Care Costs Increase
July 1, 2000
Employers don't want to pass the cost on to employees.
July 1, 2000
Will to-die-for benefits help retention? Or are they just something employees now expect, leaving employers to search for other means to keep employees?
Eye on HR at CBS
May 29, 2000
Behind the glitter of Hollywood's TV studio is a day in a life of a solid HR department.
Are You Ready to Outsource Staffing
April 1, 2000
Real benefits can result from outsourcing part or all of the staffing function – but only if you clarify your needs up front and only if you select vendors that fit your organization’s culture and goals.
Paving the Way to Profitability
February 27, 2000
The HR team at Bayer's Myerstown, Pennsylvania, production facility initiated a "Roadmap for Change" process that ultimately helped the plant become profitable.
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