Workforce Management May 18, 2009

By Staff Report

May. 18, 2009

Sticking to the Talent Plan
by Ed Frauenheim
Despite the difficult economic climate, the HR chiefs at three large U.S. employers—McDonald’s, Coca-Cola and Caterpillar—say their long-term talent management strategies remain unchanged.


SPECIAL REPORT: Powering Up a Hispanic Workforce
by Charlotte Huff

A Florida energy company turns to local Latino talent as it grapples with an aging workforce. With Latin American immigrants a growing presence in the U.S. labor force, multicultural experts advise employers to start thinking about development programs that go well beyond basic English training.

The Last Word
Losing Sight
John Hollon
Cowardly Cutting
From our readers

 Job Cuts at GM in High Gear
Automaker’s layoffs move with assembly-line efficiency; hearings in D.C. reveal the difficulties in defining what colors a job “green”; billions on the table for telemedicine promises an infusion of technology; Aon finds two heads at the top are better than one for decision making.
5 Questions: The bottom line on diversity. The Hot Lists: group disability insurers and group life insurers. Data Bank: Sitting on the bottom

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