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December 2004

   12/1/2004
 

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HR MAGAZINE December 2004
Vol. 49, No. 12
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
Hard-Core Offenders. Taking proactive steps can help save your business from the negative effects of outrageous employee misbehavior.
Linda Wasmer Andrews

STRATEGIC HR
Going Private. As more public companies go private, HR smoothes the transition and eases employees concerns.
Susan Ladika

BENEFITS
HRs Busy Season. As the year draws to a close, HR has to meet deadlines for a host of administrative and compliance requirements.
Carolyn Hirschman

GLOBAL HR MANAGEMENT
Perfect Strangers. Just because they speak the same language doesnt mean U.S. workers and their U.K. counterparts will understand each other.
DeeDee Doke

PROFILE
Majestic PassionRick Mack turns his passion for the Olympic Games into a world-class career.
Ann Pomeroy

HR AGENDA: TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
One Bad Apple. Specific training can help managers deal effectively with poor performers before they spoil the bunch.
Kathryn Tyler

HR AGENDA: EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Interns on the Payroll. When companies bring interns into the mix, both sides gain from the arrangement.
Roseanne White Geisel

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

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