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February 2005

   2/1/2005
 

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HR MAGAZINE · February 2005
Vol. 50, No. 2
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
Educating the Board. . Corporate directors have a pressing need for education and skill development—and HR is helping them get it.
Susan J. Wells

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
From Ideas to Results. Develop a formal process of evaluating employees’ suggestions for company improvements. (Members Only)
Susan J. Wells

EMPLOYMENT LAW
Step by Step. The Fair Labor Standards Act is not the catchiest tune, but you’ve still got to learn the salary basis moves if your white-collar exemptions are going to comply with the law. (Members Only)
Margaret M. Clark

Special Report on Relocation(Members Only)

    Keeping Information Safe. HR must get involved in ensuring that employee data protection safeguards exist during relocations. (Members Only)
    Roseanne White Geisel

    Moving En Masse. Relocating many employees—or even divisions or an entire company—at one time presents unique challenges and advantages for HR. (Members Only)
    Lin Grensing-Pophal

    Unwelcome Changes. Changes to immigration rules and processes are making it increasingly difficult for unwary employers to relocate employees to the United States. (Members Only)
    Susan Ladika

HR AGENDA: EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Career Matchmakers. Collegiate career services offices help pair employers with the most suitable graduating students. (Members Only)
Lisa Munniksma

HR AGENDA: TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Do the Right Thing. Use ethics training to maintain a dialogue with employees on how to handle ethical dilemmas.
Kathryn Tyler

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS(Members Only)

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