HR MAGAZINE · June 2007
Vol. 52, No. 6
Table of Contents
Clocking Out. Is working when and where you want the wave of the future?
HR at the Summit. Agilent Technologies’ HR chief Jean Halloran has applied the tactics of mountain climbing to accomplishing her professional goals.
New Competencies for HR. Researchers have identified six core competencies for top HR professionals. Do you have what it takes?
Robert J. Grossman
Weighing Pay Incentives. Effective employee incentive plans require careful thought and precise execution.
Keeping E-mail in Check. Effectively managing your company’s e-mail starts with knowing what risks it creates in the workplace—and then doing something about them.
Fitting the Pieces Together. Sprint Nextel’s two-year-old merger continues to be a challenging but fulfilling journey.
Setting the Records Straight. Take state laws into account when ordering personnel records and responding to employees’ requests to see them.
Attacking Asthma’s Costs. Many employers are becoming convinced that by helping employees who have asthma breathe easier, everybody comes out ahead.
Smoother Separations. How your company treats departing employees can have a positive effect on your business.
Nancy Hatch Woodward
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Show All Employees a Wider World. Your employees should be trained to deal knowledgeably with their counterparts in other countries where you do business.
HR AGENDA: CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Statistically Speaking. HR executives can turn economic indicators into strategic business insights, adding value to their companies.
HR AGENDA: GLOBAL HR
Protecting Employees in Harm’s Way. Does your company need safety and security protections for international workers? Here’s how to choose a security provider.
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