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November 2000

HR Magazine, November 2000

HR MAGAZINE

November 2000

Vol. 45, No. 11


Table of Contents 

COVER STORY
Strength in Numbers?
As the Hispanic population grows, HR will need to ensure that Hispanic workers are more successfully integrated into the workplace.
Carla Joinson

DIVERSITY
Showing Good Faith Toward Muslims
Understanding Islam’s obligations helps employers accommodate employees’ requests.
Marc Adams

HEALTH CARE
Care vs. Cost
How to know if you’re getting value for your health care costs.
William Atkinson

CAREER DEVELPMENT
Are You Suited for a Dot-Com?
Answer yes—if you like to build HR from the ground up.
Lin Grensing-Pophal  

RECRUITMENT
Refugees to the Rescue
Refugees often prove to be loyal, hard-working employees, and may fill a vital need for U.S. businesses.
Andrea C. Poe

INTERNATIONAL HR
Asia Begins to Bounce Back
HR policies have been in a state of flux during the three-year crisis. What does the future hold for U.S. businesses there?
Frank Jossi

HR AGENDAS

Health/Wellness: The Difference Between Life And Death.
First aid and CPR training can save lost work time—and lives.
Kathryn Tyler

Retirement Planning: Don’t Set and Forget Automatic Enrollment.
Automatically enrolled 401(k) participants too often stand pat with default elections. Stephenie Overman

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS 

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