Staffing Management

Workforce Management October 23, 2006

By Staff Report

Sep. 7, 2011

By Jessica Marquez
HR is changing at Johnson & Johnson, where people chief Kaye Foster-Cheek maintains a strict focus on building profit and developing new leaders at the health-products giant.

Compensation Survey & Salary Forecast:
By Fay Hansen
Companies are keeping overall salary budgets static, but are moving more dollars into distinct workforce groups to keep critical talent. Outside those elite groups, real wages are declining and performance pay has lost its luster—at least in the U.S.


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.


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.


The Last Word
Tap the CFO for Metrics
Dr. John Sullivan
  In the Mail
Motivating all workers
From our readers

Shared Clinic Would Serve Two Firms’ NYC Workforces
Marriott International and Pitney Bowes are in discussions to create a medical clinic in New York City for employees of both companies to access timely health care.

Online recruitment
As competition intensifies, partnerships with newspapers and other media outlets could help the Big Three job boards ward off niche rivals and enter smaller markets that have been difficult to crack.

Recruitment process outsourcing
The demand for global end-to-end recruitment process outsourcing is growing as multinationals move into more markets and accelerate hiring. The definition of true RPO remains elusive, as vendors are coming in from all sorts of recruiting disciplines.




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