HR MAGAZINE · May 2008
Vol. 53, No. 5
Table of Contents
Keep Pace with Older Workers. Yup, grandpa. Research shows older workers keep up with youth on the job.
Robert J. Grossman
Managing a Downturn. Hard times in the economy can be HR’s time to show its capabilities at strategic workforce planning.
Susan J. Wells
Going on the Offensive. Northrop Grumman’s Ian Ziskin takes action to help the defense contractor meet vital staffing needs.
SPECIAL REPORT ON TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
When Learning Lasts a Lifetime. Lifelong learning accounts provide a way for employers to contribute to their employees’ educations.
Heal Leadership Disorders. The Henry Ford Health System in Detroit began developing a culture based on learning that strives to equip managers with clearly identified competencies—traits that would serve any industry leader.
HR AGENDA: HR TECHNOLOGY
Managing Corporate Policies Online. When it comes to managing corporate policies online, be diligent about ensuring accuracy and monitoring employee access and agreement.
Donna M. Owens
HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Keep Workers 401(k)-Focused. Employees’ understandable concerns about their 401(k)s in an economic downturn could be allayed by some education.
Nancy Hatch Woodward
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
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