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Articles by Valerie Frazee

It’s Inevitable Managed Care Is Going Global

January 1, 1997
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Ten years ago, the cost of global health care was almost a non-issue. Today it’s demanding a great deal of attention as multinationals wrestle with new sweeping trends. A team of experts discuss what you can do to manage costs.
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Optimas® Winners Toast HR's Triumphs

January 1, 1997
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HR leaders reveal what makes them most proud of their profession.
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Getting Started in Mexico

January 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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Gray Matters Which Party Is Looking out for Your Company’s Interests

December 1, 1996
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In today’s complicated world, ethical decisions aren’t always black or white; options often fall into gray areas. Readers responded to this situation posed by Personnel Journal.
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When the Recruiters Come Calling

December 1, 1996
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Strategies to combat the recruitment frenzy.
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Talisman Energy Charts the Course

November 1, 1996
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It started when they realized the environmental impact they were having. But the benefits of going paperless ended up going well beyond that.
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Go Paperless One Sheet at a Time

November 1, 1996
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At first it sounds like a crazy idea-like some kind of pipe dream. After all, it's hard to imagine an office without paper. But when you consider all the benefits, you'll realize this is as much a business issue as it is an environmental one. And it's not as hard as it sounds. You just have to take it one step at a time.
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Software Automates Standard HR Processes

November 1, 1996
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Benefits, comp, recruiting, assessment and more are all going digital.
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When the Team Takes Advantage of Single Employees

November 1, 1996
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In today’s complicated world, ethical decisions aren’t always black or white; options often fall into gray areas. Readers responded to this situation posed by Personnel Journal.
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