It took more than seven hours before a congressional hearing on spying by Hewlett-Packard got around to a discussion about the impact of the scandal on employees.
Todd Raphael traveled across much of Israel, including Tel Aviv, the Old City of Jerusalem, the northern mountain city of Safed, and the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea. In this ancient place, where you can still find Bedouin nomads roaming the land and camels nibbling on crops, the workforce is remarkably futuristic.
A table to help determine which tools are best for you.
A chart showing how many techies companies have on staff.
If HR is to flourish in this new corporate order, it must partner with IT and other departments to forge new thinking.
A list of consultants, Web sites, and other resources relating to Web site design and accessibility to people with disabilities.
You put your benefits administration on the Web and your employees will flock to it, right? Not when 40 percent of the population falls into the category of technology “resister.” Here’s how to help all your employees make a smooth transition to the Web.
Most IT jobs fall into four broad categories. HR managers must become familiar with information technology and titles of the myriad job titles in demand.