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September 2000

HR Magazine, September 2000

HR MAGAZINE

September 2000
Vol. 45, No. 9

 
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
Robbing the Cradle?
IT students who leave college early may suffer long-term career effects.
Robert J. Grossman

DIVERSITY
Is Your HR Department Diverse Enough?
If you want diversity, be ready to lead the way.
Lin Grensing-Pophal

INTERNATIONAL HR
Want to Work in the United States?
There is life after the H1-B visa cap. Here are some options.
Carla Joinson

RETENTION
Say, Isn’t that Joe?
Caught a staffer job-hunting? Here’s what to do.
Andrea C. Poe

AWARDS FOR PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE
Two Who Show the Way
The Society for Human Resource Management’s top honorees for 2000.
Bill Leonard

HR AGENDAS:

Benefits: I Can See Clearly Now.
Nancy Hatch Woodward

Recruitment: Incentive Recruiting Through Religious Organizations.
Kathryn Tyler

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

  HR Systems Reaching PC-Free Employees. Sandra Guy
  Software Review: OPEN4 Human Resource Information System by BMH Inc. Jim Meade
  Software Review: TeamView/360 and TeamWorks/360 by Advanced Teamware Inc. John Day
  Tools from the HR Desk The Eight Classic Types of Workplace Behavior. Francie M. Dalton
  Legal Trends Holding Employees’ Native Tongues. Michael H. Roffer and Nicholas J. Sanservino Jr.
  Future Focus: Trust, Honesty, Tradition in the Workplace. Sharon Leonard
  Merging HR Systems Analyze different cultures of merging firms for clues to software needs. J.W. Dysart
  What’s New Learn about new products in technology. Lynn Miller
  From the Publisher
  Executive Briefing
  From Readers
  HR Pulse
  HR Update
  What's New
  Bookshelf

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