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March 2005

   3/1/2005
 

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HR MAGAZINE · March 2005
Vol. 50, No. 3
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
The Truth About the Coming Labor Shortage. . A labor squeeze is on the horizon, but relying on popular predictions won’t help you understand if your business will be affected, or by how much. Here’s the real story.
Robert J. Grossman

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Diving In. Letting new executives fend for themselves in the first year can be a major—and costly—mistake. (Members Only)
Susan J. Wells

GLOBAL HR MANAGEMENT
Evaluating Returns on Expatriates. To measure the return on expatriate investments, HR first must capture the costs and set objectives. (Members Only)
Eric Krell

Special Report on Outsourcing(Members Only)

    In the Path of Trailblazers. Pioneers of the HR BPO trail are beginning to renegotiate their contracts. What tales do they have from the journey? (Members Only)
    Ann Pomeroy

    Payroll: In, Out or In Between?. Payroll outsourcing is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Discover whether you should outsource all, part or none. (Members Only)
    Carolyn Hirschman

    Spread the Word—Correctly. HR employees—like any others—deserve timely, honest, well-prepared information regarding outsourcing decisions that affect them. (Members Only)
    Lin Grensing-Pophal

HR AGENDA: GLOBAL HR MANAGEMENT
The Long and Short of It. Avoid possible financial pitfalls when transitioning to a long-term expatriate assignment. (Members Only)
Steven P. Nurney

HR AGENDA: AWARDS & INCENTIVES
Just Desserts. Looking to thank employees for a job well done? Try a steak, medium-rare.
Diane Cadrain

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS(Members Only)

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