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Workforce Management, April 2011

By Staff Report

Sep. 7, 2011


Higher Power Professionals

by Fara Warner

  Religion’s place in the workplace still sparks a spirited debate, but companies are finding common ground.


Special Report on Health Care Benefits:

Tightening Their Belts

by James Walsh 

  From new cafeterias to office treadmills, Blue Shield of California aims to create a culture of wellness.


The Last Word
The New College Try

Ronald J. Alsop

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HR Armed With Data

From our readers

  Disaster Inc.

With a slew of devastating events in 2011, companies are grappling with how to protect their workers; Workers Hold Their Breath, but Employers Worry They’ll Take a Hit; Is There a Bias Against Hiring the Jobless? The Hot List: Health Insurers. Data Bank: Big Gap in Black, White Jobless.



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