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Workforce Management January 19, 2009

By Staff Report

Sep. 7, 2011

HR Facing a Labor-filled Future 
by Mark Schoeff Jr.
With a raft of workplace legislation on its slate, Congress could place administrative demands on HR that are at odds with its quest to be more strategic.


Eval Providers Face a New Test
by Michelle V. Rafter

Business schools are finely customizing their executive offerings to craft the behaviors required to steer global corporations through the current financial crisis, which reflects a broader shift toward creating programs that confront individual companies’ immediate business challenges.


Firms Hit the Road to Health
by Kathleen Doheny

Programs push employees to compete in marathons and other athletic endeavors.


Crafting a Master Financial Plan
Stories by Jessica Marquez

Companies are going beyond basic education programs for retirement savings, instead providing tools to help employees plot their financial future.


Sector report: Rewards & Recognition
By Michelle V. Rafter
A Canadian bank’s partnership with Electronic Data Systems is a testament to how human resources outsourcing is living up to its pledge of freeing HR departments from workaday tasks to focus on strategic issues.


The Last Word
A poor ‘Choice’
John Hollon
Parity for adoption
From our readers

 Standing Up For The Sit-in
Don’t be surprised if other workers emulate the protest at a Chicago firm. Satyam Scandal May Boost HR: India’s human resources leaders get new chance to play key governance role. Suit Settlement: Softscape pays up in more ways than one to rival SuccessFactors. The Hot List: 401(k) plan administrators.  5 Questions: Addressing HR risk. Legal Briefing: Health care plans; termination. The Hot List: 401(k) plan administrators. Data Bank: A leg up in down times.

Executive education
Amid pressure to demonstrate strategic results, corporate education programs are placing greater demands on their academic partners.


Recruiting & Staffing
Superficial screening leaves employers open to lawsuits when an employee harasses a co-worker, assaults a customer or steals confidential information.



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