HR MAGAZINE · January 2004
Vol. 49, No. 1
Table of Contents
Is Your Company Two-Faced? Employers stand to lose a lot when their words and actions don’t match up.
Ensuring Lasting Foundations. Succession planning, communications and recognition can help HR perpetuate a company founder’s culture.
A Jury of Their Peers. The fact that you involve employees in resolving each other’s workplace disputes can speak volumes about your organization.
Margaret M. Clark
Cream of the Crop. Leadership development program encourages talented teens to consider business careers.
Setting Up Overseas. Expanding overseas? HR has lots to do—even before the decision is made.
Mary E. Medland
Do Your Family-Friendly Programs Make Cents?Calculating the return on investment of family-conscious benefits isn’t easy, but some companies show the way.
Elayne Robertson Demby
HR AGENDA: EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Answering Applicants’ Concerns. How will you counter applicants’ concerns about ethics, financial stability and growth potential?
HR AGENDA: TRAINING
I Say Potato, You Say Patata. Foreign language classes for employees are increasingly useful.
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