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July 2003

   7/1/2003
 

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HR MAGAZINE · July 2003
Vol. 48, No. 7
Table of Contents

COVER STORIES
Avoiding HR Burnout. Overwhelmed? These tips can help you survive and thrive in today’s stressful HR climate. Linda Wasmer Andrews

CAREER DEVELOPMENT
The Path Taken. The challenges, rewards and experiences of field HR vs. corporate HR. Susan J. Wells

BENEFITS
Taking HR to the Next Level. Winners of the annual HR Magazine Innovative Practice Awards illustrate how effective HR produces demonstratable results. Bill Leonard

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
Patients First. A fresh approach to customer service has been the best medicine for a troubled hospital. Linda H. Heuring

COMPENSATION
Smaller Firms Consider a New Retirement Option. Smaller firms offer nonqualified deferred compensation plans to help executives save more for retirement and boost retention. Elayne Robertson Demby

GLOBAL HR MANAGEMENT
HR Helps Make the Call on Overseas Centers. Labor pool, training and government regulations make it critical for HR to help determine where overseas call centers are located. DeeDee Doke

HR AGENDA: RETIREMENT
Retirement Plans. HR should help employees start planning for retirement long before their final days on the job. Lin Grensing-Pophal

HR AGENDA: RELOCATION
Respecting the Elders. Relocated employees with elderly relatives may need special assistance. Martha Frase-Blunt

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