Creating a high-performance workplace takes flexibility, training, and the right incentives. HR also has to pay attention to the toll absenteeism and stress can take on productivity.
Articles by Charlene Solomon
Technology is not only helping to cut relocation costs, it’s also making HRmore efficient and is giving the transferee greater self-sufficiency and controlover the move.
The Borland Software Corporation’s policy is inconvenient, but it’s too risky to do it otherwise.
Find out what you can do to protect your international assignees and business travelers.
A list of links to information about safety, about specific countries, and other tips for people living abroad.
Flood, earthquake, terrorism-it can happen to you. HR executives must use their expertise to help shape disaster plans focused on rebuilding the corporate infrastructure and helping displaced employees get back to work.
Whatever role you play in shaping and executing your company’s disaster plan, there are certain basics that it should include.
Managers of electronically connected teams succeed by understanding the technological tools at their disposal and by knowing how to create collaboration and communication among people who might never “meet.”
Though data is hard to come by, HR managers whose firms have virtual teams say there is no question about the value.
Your new foreign employees need more from you than just the right visa. HR can help them understand the American approach to meetings, deadlines, and why it’s OK to call the boss by her first name.