By Staff Report
Apr. 20, 2009
Ahead of the Game
by Fay Hansen
|Why insurance firm AFLAC is unfazed by restrictions on executive pay that may soon affect all public companies.|
SPECIAL REPORT: Talent Tools Ease Economic Fears
|During the current economic downturn, companies continue to see a need for talent management products that will help them make smarter job cuts, maximize their employees’ performance and keep tabs on the people they ultimately will find crucial to thrive once the economy begins to recover.|
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From our readers
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Widespread outcry over executive pay could spur a rise in whistle-blower suits by fired employees; Grass-roots movement online pays it forward one out-of-work soul at a time; Workers take execs hostage in France. Could it happen in the U.S.?; All interests set to converge on Capitol Hill to repair health care system. 5 Questions: Patience in face of crisis. The Hot List: consumer-driven health providers. Data Bank: health care collapse
February 16, 2009
Time and Attendance8 ways to reduce overtime and labor costs
Summary Excessive overtime can negatively impact employee happiness and productivity. The labor costs a...
labor costs, overtime, scheduling, time tracking, work hours
ComplianceExempt vs. non-exempt employees: knowing the difference
Summary Employees are exempt from FLSA requirements when they meet specific exemption criteria based on...
Department of Labor, exempt employees, Misclassification, non-exempt employees
Employee Engagement12 practical employee appreciation ideas for better engagement and retention
Summary Showing appreciation to your employees improves engagement and retention. There are 12 practica...
employee appreciation, engagement, HR, raccoons