Workforce Management July 20, 2009

By Staff Report

Jul. 20, 2009

What the CEO Wants
by Fay Hansen
At successful large companies, interaction between the CEO and the chief HR executive revolves around building and maintaining the very top layer of corporate leaders—and little below that.


by Michelle V. Rafter

Stagnant U.S. home sales continue to force companies to rein in spending on domestic relocation. Multinationals, meanwhile, are cutting global relocating costs, shortening overseas assignments and reducing their reliance on expatriates.

The Last Word
Ignoring the Jobless
John Hollon
HR’s Toughest Task
From our readers

 Key Firms Mum on Union Bill
Employers that have used card check stay out of the debate over the Employee Free Choice Act; merger of Watson Wyatt and Towers Perrin raises service concerns; high court’s reversal on firefighter case raises bar on workplace tests; recruiting in the financial sector toughens with stiff reform measures. 5 Questions: linking health care to behavior. The Hot List: Relocation providers. Data Bank: everlasting cuts.

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