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June 2000

HR Magazine Cover, June 2000

HR MAGAZINE · June 2000
Vol. 45, No. 6
Table of Contents

COVER STORY

While Supplies Last
Need information technology employees, but you’re not an IT company? Get in line.
Sherry Kuczynski

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

Is HR Ever Off Duty?
Maintain your credibility and company policies when handling delicate situations outside the workplace.
Lin Grensing-Pophal

RECRUITMENT

Winning Ways to Recruit
Find out how a bug-eating lizard and a bagpipe-playing farmer helped boost employer images.
Michelle Neely Martinez

Get Maximum Exposure from Your Ad Agency
Follow these tips to build a fruitful relationship with your advertising agency.
Andrea C. Poe

The Whole Truth
Get the inside skinny when checking references.
Carolyn Hirschman

License to Work
Make sure applicants are legally entitled to work in the United States.
Russell V. Gerbman

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Public Sector HR: Leaving Bureaucracy Behind
Government HR professionals say innovation, not bureaucracy, makes their careers tick.
Carla Joinson

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Scoring Big in the Workplace
Companies use corporate coaches to accelerate their managers’ development.
Kathryn Tyler

WORK/LIFE

Extra Attention
Parents of children with special needs need extra help.
Alison Stein Wellner

EMPLOYMENT LAW

Don’t Cross That Line!
Do you know all the ways your company can be sued?
Timothy S. Bland and Thomas J. Walsh Jr.

RESEARCH

Knowledge that Works
The SHRM Foundation funds HR research that gets out of the ivory towers.
Ben Rosen

TRAINING

May I Help You?
Rev up your call center training to enhance customer service—and your bottom line.
Patricia A. Rouzer

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