Time & Attendance
By Staff Report
Dec. 14, 2009
2009 Optimas Awards
|Workforce Management honors nine employers and the programs that helped them overcome tough workplace issues: the U.S. Navy, DaVita, Discovery Communications, Raytheon Professional Services, Bright Horizons Family Solutions, Gensler, Public Service Enterprise Group, the Missouri Department of Transportation and Sodexo.|
GLOBAL WORKFORCE REPORT—EMERGING MARKETS: The Backshoring Myth
|Despite media hype about the recession driving jobs back to the U.S., the business case for outsourcing to the emerging markets remains overwhelming.|
The Last Word
Good Riddance, 2009
Not About ‘Dirty Work’
From our readers
|A Stalled Culture Change?|
Failure to overhaul GM’s management ranks is cited in the sudden exit of CEO Fritz Henderson; employers struggle to strike a balance for workers roaming the online halls of sites such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook; the Obama administration woos and threatens employers in advance of congressional reform measures. Legal Briefings: arbitration, ADA rules. The Hot List: dental and vision providers. Data Bank: mass unemployment.
September 14, 2009
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