HR Administration

Workforce Management, October 2010

By Staff Report

Sep. 7, 2011

 

 
App Happy

by Michelle V. Rafter

  Mobile applications are giving on-the-go HR execs the ability to track payroll, train and hire.

 


 

Special Report on Contingent Staffing:

Contingency Plan

by Irwin Speizer

  In the second quarter, staffing agency revenue hit $16.9 billion, a

33 percent increase over a year earlier, but experts say overall weakness in the economy could hurt future growth.

 

 

 
 The Last Word

All Work and No Play …

Ronald J. Alsop  

   Feedback

Disability Story Delivers

From our readers


   Who’ll Have the Last Laugh?

The new NBC sitcom Outsourced tackles the touchy subject of sending jobs to India; A Need for Speed as ‘Fast HR’ Catches On; Coping With 401(k) Withdrawal; Taking Control of Anger Management; From Conflict to ‘Cohorts’: When Young and Older Workers Mix. Legal Briefings: nursing mothers; independent contractors. The Hot List:

HR Management System Providers. Data Bank: Access and Affordability

 
 

 

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