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October 2003

   10/1/2003
 

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HR MAGAZINE · October 2003
Vol. 48, No. 10
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
The Five-Finger Bonus. Embezzlement drags down the bottom line at countless businesses each year. Fortunately, HR can help stem the losses.
Robert J. Grossman

EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Spotting Lies. Reference checks alone won’t protect you from a mendacious job applicant.
Pamela Babcock

PROFILE
An Appreciation for People. Wal-Mart HR chief Coleman H. Peterson sees his role as getting things done through others.
Steve Bates

SPECIAL REPORT ON TECHNOLOGY
Crunching the Numbers. Enterprise compensation management software helps Kellogg managers make effective payment decisions. Bill Roberts

Data Overload. Analytic software turns HR data into vital planning tool. Drew Robb

Answering the Call. Capital One uses technology to boost recruitment for call centers.
Jim Romeo

GLOBAL HR MANAGEMENT
To Consult and Inform. U.S. companies in the EU react to regulations requiring employee representation on employment-related decisions. Adrienne Fox

EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Graduate Work. It takes a different line of questioning to interview job candidates with little or no work experience.
Andrea C. Poe

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

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