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October 2000

HR Magazine, October 2000

HR MAGAZINE · October 2000
Vol. 45, No. 10
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
Out with the Bad Air …
Take the proper steps to help employees breathe easier.
Robert J. Grossman

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES
Do You Need a Moonlighting Policy?
Discourage outside jobs but don’t ban them.
Carolyn Hirschman

INTERVIEW
Graduating to the Workplace
HR Magazine interviews Patricia W. McNeil, assistant secretary for vocational and adult education at the U.S. Department of Education.
Robert W. Thompson

INTERNATIONAL HR
Destination Everywhere
Thinking of an overseas assignment? You can learn a lot from those who have braved the adventure.
Andrea C. Poe

COMPENSATION
HR Pay Keeps Rising
The annual SHRM/Mercer survey shows top pay in the manufacturing and utilities industries.
Patricia Schaeffer

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
Halloween Parties: A Tricky Treat
For a successful, inoffensive event, curb costumes and set guidelines.
Joni Lucas

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Getting by with a Little Help from Friends
Employees can be trained to spot co-workers’ behavioral health problems and steer them toward help.
Rudy M. Yandrick

BENEFITS
Bridge Over Troubled Waters
Critical illness insurance aims to fill a gap left by medical, long-term care and disability insurance benefits.
Rudy M. Yandrick

OTHER ARTICLES
A Sample Policy
Sample language for a generic moonlighting policy.
Carolyn Hirschman

86 Your Appraisal Process? 
Although far from perfect, performance appraisals remain valuable. Here are ways to make them even better. Jonathan A. Segal

A Dearth of Guidance
HUMAN RESOURCE professionals seeking objective, conclusive guidance when dealing with indoor air quality. 
Robert J. Grossman

When Efficiency Trumps Effectiveness
McDonough blames hostile workplace environments on architects and designers who are fixated on efficiency. Robert J. Grossman

The Perils of Putting People Second
If management had been more supportive of the injured workers, we wouldn’t have had to fight them.
Robert J. Grossman

Asking the Right Quesions
When dealing with indoor air quality complaints, it helps to get specific information about the problem.
Robert J. Grossman

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HR AGENDA: RELOCATION
A Journey of 1,000 Miles Begins with a Sound Contract
How to get the best relocation deal for your company.
J. Stephen Mumma  (Members Only)

HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION
Golden Handcuffs
These deals give executives unique compensation packages.
Alison Stein Wellner (Members Only)

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS (Members Only)

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