By Staff Report
Aug. 18, 2009
Relaunch at NASA
by Bridget Mintz Testa
|As the U.S. transitions to a new spaceflightprogram, the agency must figure out thetalent and skills it needs to hold on to andwhich people it can let go.|
SPECIAL REPORT ON HEALTH CARE BENEFITS: Pound-Foolish
|Weight-focused health policy can merely end up penalizing obese workers and adding to the stigma of being severely overweight. But some employers are taking a more thoughtful approach to the emotionally fraught issue in attempting to improve workers’ health and reduce medical costs.|
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Automaker names engineering exec HR chief, signaling new direction for firm’s people practices; recessionary cutbacks spare flex programs as lawmakers mull legislation; riot and death of a steel plant manager highlight perils of business culture; following deep cuts in staffing, firms turn to outsourcing to fill the void. 5 Questions: passive HR in acquisitions. The Hot List: health insurers. Data Bank: minimum living.
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