HR MAGAZINE · December 2000
Vol. 45, No. 12
Table of Contents
How five HR professionals tackled stiff challenges.
The editors of HR Magazine
A Decade of Achievement
A tribute to retiring SHRM President and CEO Michael R. Losey.
The Doubt About Your Benefits
Are you ready to comply with the latest EEOC guidelines?
Debbie Rodman Sandler
If employees balk at forced overtime, try giving them a say in how you assign the extra work.
Getting to the Top: Advice from Those Who’ve Made It
HR executives share their success secrets.
When Stress Won’t Go Away
Train employees to be more resilient, and teach managers to better identify stress.
Getting a Grip on Titles
Does any workplace really need a ‘semi-senior secretary’ or a ‘document destruction technician’?
Some Parting Thoughts
Only those who are truly dedicated.
Recovering from Covering Carnage
You can’t really plan for things like this.
Fighting Fire with Teamwork
Fire damaged several team members’ homes.
Compensation Strategy Cooled Long, Hot Summers
Revised manual is distributed to all employees.
Southern Hospitality Assimilates Hispanic Workers
Hispanics will become the largest ethnic minority.
Manager Training Helped Company Digest Big Bite
Companies acquire or merge with parts or all of other businesses.
HR AGENDA: BENEFITS
Benefiting from Adoption
Adoption benefits can include money, time off and referrals to adoption agencies.
Nancy Hatch Woodward (Members Only)
HR AGENDA: DIVERSITY
Looking for a Few Good Workers?
Looking for visually impaired workers to fill your ranks.
Kathryn Tyler (Members Only)
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS (Members Only)