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September 2003

   9/1/2003
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HR MAGAZINE · September 2003
Vol. 48, No. 9
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
Business Partners. At many organizations, HR and finance are finding common ground.
Steve Bates

STRATEGIC HR
Accounting for Time. When estimating costs and benefits of long-term proposals, remember that the value of money varies over time.
Steve Bates

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
Helping Employees Cope with Grief. HR can help employees recover from grief after a loved one dies suddenly.
Kathryn Tyler

BENEFITS
Fiduciary Fitness. Running your employees’ benefit programs is a heavy responsibility.
Carolyn Hirschman

INTERVIEW
Easing the Road to Compliance. Compliance assistance head Barbara Bingham aims to guide employers through DOL’s regulatory jungle.
Margaret M. Clark

HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Help with Elder Care. Providing elder care benefits can be a net plus for a company.
Terence F. Shea

HR AGENDA: SAFETY & SECURITY
A Duty to Inform. State laws put your head on the block if you don’t notify police immediately of allegations of child or elder abuse.
Diane Cadrain

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

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