HR Administration

Workforce Management, April 2010

By Staff Report

Apr. 5, 2010


Managers Don’t Matter
by Ed Frauenheim
  Or so contend experts who argue that worker defections have little to do with how well or poorly management performs. Others, however, believe that managing effectively is more important for employee retention than ever before.


Special Report on HR Technology: Tracking the Contingents
by Ed Frauenheim

  With the use of temps and other contingent workers on the rise, more companies are adopting software to control labor costs and better manage this segment of their workforces..


The Last Word
Worker ‘Deal’ Is Off
John Hollon
Context Questioned
From our readers

  A Case for Poaching
University researchers assert that resentment over “lateral hiring” is not only unjustified, but is damaging to workers, the economy and angered employers themselves; Firms Making Friends With Social Media; Getting Ahead of the Game on Communicating Health Care Reform; Work-Site Clinics Gaining Favor as Retail Locations Lag; U.S. May Turn to Community Policing for Pay Violations. Legal Briefings: “Kin Care” Law and Uncapped Sick Leave; EEOC Clarifies ADEA Obligations. The Hot List: Integrated Talent Management Software Providers. Data Bank: Legislating Gender Parity


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