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Workforce Management, November 2010

By Staff Report

Nov. 4, 2010


Modern Art Exhibitors
by Rita Pyrillis
  When your top job candidate walks into the interview sporting tattoos or facial piercings, will you be ready?


Special Report on Compensation:
Cracks in the Ice
by Todd Henneman

  After a couple of years of frozen salaries, companies are poised to thaw compensation policies with pay raises.


 The Last Word
Disservice Deluxe
Ronald J. Alsop
.  Feedback
More to Discuss on Disability Disclosures
From our readers

   Autism Enters Into the Equation
One in 110 babies are born with autism, the CDC says, and now more employees are seeking coverage; Some Companies Are Playing to the ‘Crowd’; Washington Tapping Into Telework for More Flexibility. Legal Briefing: Disabilities Protections Expanded. The Hot List:
Payroll Providers. Data Bank: The Global Shift


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