HR Administration

iWorkforce Management,-i May 2010

By Staff Report

May. 3, 2010


HR Does Hard Time
by Fay Hansen
  Why the private prison industry may be the most difficult environment faced by human resources executives


Special Report on Training & Development:
The Leadership Formula
by Patrick J. Kiger

  By surveying management at companies performing at varying levels in a number of industries and crunching the numbers, researchers have developed a data-driven model for what constitutes good leadership and how to develop it.


 The Last Word
The Top 5 Lies in HR
Kris Dunn
Managers Do Matter
From our readers

   Slicing Insight
A 15-year-old study of knowledge transfer among pizza workers takes on new relevance as employers look to retain the accumulated wisdom of baby boomers nearing retirement; It’s “Game On” for Training in Virtual Worlds; Innovation Contest Draws HR Tech Ideas; Inspiring as Worker Incentive; Investment Help Pays Off, Study Finds. Legal Briefings: Religious Discrimination Claim Fails; FLSA Retaliation for Complaint to State Agency. The Hot List: Group Disability & Group Life Insurers. Data Bank: HR’s Recession


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