HR MAGAZINE · September 2003
Vol. 48, No. 9
Table of Contents
Business Partners. At many organizations, HR and finance are finding common ground.
Accounting for Time. When estimating costs and benefits of long-term proposals, remember that the value of money varies over time.
Helping Employees Cope with Grief. HR can help employees recover from grief after a loved one dies suddenly.
Fiduciary Fitness. Running your employees’ benefit programs is a heavy responsibility.
Easing the Road to Compliance. Compliance assistance head Barbara Bingham aims to guide employers through DOL’s regulatory jungle.
Margaret M. Clark
HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Help with Elder Care. Providing elder care benefits can be a net plus for a company.
Terence F. Shea
HR AGENDA: SAFETY & SECURITY
A Duty to Inform. State laws put your head on the block if you don’t notify police immediately of allegations of child or elder abuse.
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