HR Administration

Workforce Management January 29, 2007

By Staff Report

Sep. 7, 2011

 
PITNEY BOWES TO TAKE HEALTH CARE STRIDES TO MARKET 
By Jeremy Smerd
While the health care industry might seem an unusual business opportunity for a company that made its name selling postage meters, Pitney Bowes‘ approach highlights how an innovative health benefits team can take a problem, in this case, managing the cost and quality of employee health care, and turn it into a solution that not only reduces costs, but offers a potential source revenue for the company.

 
SPECIAL REPORT: A TRAINING TECH REVOLUTION THAT HAS COOLER ROOTS
By Ed Frauenheim
 
Non-degree executive education programs and executive MBAs have faced significant challenges in the past six years. They are coming back, boosting enrollment by reaching out to women and offering more distance-learning options. MBA enrollments are up, even as many students have to pay their own way.

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HOMEGROWN HR TECHNOLOGY
By Ed Frauenheim
 
Qualcomm’s decision to build nearly all its own custom HR software stems not only from business needs, but from its own culture of innovation and risk-taking.

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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.

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The Last Word
HR’s burden of proof
Dr. John Sullivan
  In the Mail
Hammering Home Depot
From our readers

 
Health Reform Builds Alliances
AARP, unions and business groups join forces to push universal coverage. EU Labor Policy Could Shake HRO.  5 Questions: For Adecco’s Joyce Russell. Event Calendar: Key conferences and forums. The Hot List: Top group disability insurers.  Data Bank: A home for HR metrics And more.
 
 
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Executive education
UNIVERSITIES ARE PUT TO THE TEST
Amid pressure to demonstrate strategic results, corporate education programs are placing greater demands on their academic partners.
 

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Recruiting & Staffing
THE NEGLIGENT HIRING TRAP
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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